Fewer Learning Disability nurses: What might this mean? | BLOG05

With Autumn just around the corner, this is traditionally a time of new beginnings as children go back to school and students either return to University or begin their studies. Figures recently released by the Nursing Standard Journal and the Health Foundation shows that one in four students who began three year degrees that were … Continue reading Fewer Learning Disability nurses: What might this mean? | BLOG05

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“School’s out for summer” Alice Cooper (1972) | BLOG04

July 2018; a month of heatwaves, the start of holidays for many and a time of year I just love. I was listening to the radio recently and an Alice Cooper track came on from 1972-titled “Schools out” music for me normally is something to have on in the background while I do other things … Continue reading “School’s out for summer” Alice Cooper (1972) | BLOG04

SAVE THE DATE: Greater London Learning Disability Community of Practice 🚀

We are please to announce the Launch of the Greater London Learning Disabilities Community of Practice. DATE AND TIME Wed 7 November 2018, 09:30 – 16:00 LOCATION Holiday Inn London Bloomsbury, Coram Street, London. WC1N 1HT This is an exciting new community providing opportunities for people with learning disabilities, families, carers and professionals working in all aspects of … Continue reading SAVE THE DATE: Greater London Learning Disability Community of Practice 🚀