Who decides how best to live?
Making hay at Camphill: communities like this can provide a sense of belonging and peer support
Commissioners appear to be wary of placing people in Camphill communities, notes Andrew Plant. He questions whether ideology is leading to one model of housing with support being promoted above all others, and whether this restricts choice and is in people’s interests
The Camphill movement started in Aberdeen . . .
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