At the Department for Advanced and Integrated Practice at London South Bank University, we have pioneered several ‘Massive open online courses’ (MOOCs), with the help of partners such as Health Education England, covering aspects of mental and physical wellbeing. This specific MOOC explores how to better understand and engage with people living with a learning … Continue reading Professor Sally Hardy & Professor Eddie Chaplin explore : What difference does a MOOC make when learning about Learning Disability?
It has made me think more widely about the way in which I approach delivering unexpected news and a great awareness of words I use and an appreciation of how this can impact families into the future.
The South regional Health Education England Intellectual Disabilities programme wishes to appoint a suitably skilled, experienced and qualified collaborative supplier to develop and lead a pilot project aimed at supporting Maternity services to more effectively support women and families who have learning disabilities. See details below or click here to download a copy The deadline … Continue reading REQUEST FOR SUPPORT: to lead a pilot project aimed at supporting Maternity services to more effectively support women and families who have learning disabilities
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This Education was designed to raise doctors’ awareness of people with learning disabilities was supported by HEEKSS Intellectual Disabilities Workforce Development Programme. EKHUFT Clinical Education held 11 workshops relating to Reasonable Adjustments and the Mental Capacity Act and were facilitated by three local learning disability nurses and three people with learning disabilities. Although only 10% … Continue reading Reasonable adjustments workshop pilot report: OUT NOW