Hoarding Intervention Toolkit and Training Programme

28/04/2014 - 31/08/2014

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To develop an interactive hoarding intervention practitioner toolkit and training programme for use by health and social care professionals as well as individuals wishing to adopt a self-help approach to recognising and managing hoarding behaviours.
Hoarding Intervention Toolkit and Training Programme is a Innovation Award project funded by SFC IV. Carried out in collaboration with and others. For further information please refer to .
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Project Team

Brian Davison
+44 131 455 2373

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