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
BOOK NOW last few places left to attend next weeks events to map the education and training needs of all those supporting children and young people with learning disabilities
Photo by rawpixel.com on Pexels.com Since our last update we are really please to share that this national programme of work has really move forward at speed and the following we hope will provide you with some background and even more importantly share our updates i.e. how to I register your interest in the work? … Continue reading National Autism Core Capabilities Framework consultation: BOOK NOW
A few days ago I attended the launch of the Greater London Learning Disability Community of Practice. This Community has been set up with the support of our programme in response to London stakeholders (who can be anyone from a health & care provider to a person with lived experience) telling us that they want … Continue reading When will there be good news? | BLOG07