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This film documents the efforts of a health care facility which tries to get disabled children adopted.

Washington University in St. Louis, Learning Resources Video Center, George W. Brown School of Social Work, Campus Box 1196, 1 Brookings Drive, St. Louis, MO 63130-4899, Phone: (314)935-6663, Fax: (314)935-8511, URL: http://gwbweb.wustl.edu

Available on Running time 26 minutes.

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Genres
Children, Handicapped, Adoption
Producer
Washington University School of Social Work

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Rankin Jordan Institute: Hands-on Project
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Rankin Jordan Institute: Hands-on Project came out in 1984 and has a total running time of 26 minutes. Washington University School of Social Work produced this film. This film is a documentary about a health care facility trying to help children with disabilities get adopted.