OUT NOW: A report on a project to understand the workforces role in improving annual health checks for people with a learning disability

Annual Health Checks – a family perspective & what we have been doing about health checks Click here to go to the report or on read on to hear a family perspective and what this amazing collborative have been doing Getting people gloriously ordinary lives is my work and home life mantra. That means people … Continue reading OUT NOW: A report on a project to understand the workforces role in improving annual health checks for people with a learning disability

SHARING BEST PRACTICE: to support health professionals making sure people who work in NHS trusts have the training they need to support people with learning disabilities

Programme friends and stakeholders NDTi have produced 2 useful guides around research of how to involve Experts by Experience in training NHS staff. This is part of an ongoing workforce transformation project which the programme has supported around sharing best practice to support health professionals. More information about this work and resources produced so far … Continue reading SHARING BEST PRACTICE: to support health professionals making sure people who work in NHS trusts have the training they need to support people with learning disabilities

OUT NOW: Surrey Positive Behaviour Support Network – Coaches Training

This project used local expertise to develop a Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) training consortium, and a sustainable PBS local training offer for the future. The Surrey Positive Behaviour Support Network brings family carers, support providers and commissioners from health and social care together to discuss, share practice and raise awareness of PBS in Surrey. Our … Continue reading OUT NOW: Surrey Positive Behaviour Support Network – Coaches Training

OUT NOW: Improving the Delivery of Different News to Families by Healthcare Professionals: The DDN Study 2 Reports now available

The first 1001 days, from conception to the time a child reaches 2 years of age, are critical for their physical, emotional and cognitive development. When it is identified that a baby has a disability or illness during this period, it can present as a different parenting journey from the usual expectations. Delivering this type … Continue reading OUT NOW: Improving the Delivery of Different News to Families by Healthcare Professionals: The DDN Study 2 Reports now available

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Delivering Different News to families by healthcare professionals The Institute of Health Visiting (iHV) completed a workforce transformation project, supported by the ID Programme, looking at how healthcare professionals imparted different news to parents around an unborn or new born child. This work, which included a training intervention, was extremely well received. All the information … Continue reading Book now! New Webinar