OUT NOW: “He said it as if he cared…he was sensitive. He said it as if this person in front of him was his best friend.”: Improving the delivery of different news by healthcare professionals to families.

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.

Men make up a smaller % of the #IDworkforce and are more likely to be manager……… Why? | BLOG10

Back in January we were able to provide our stakeholders with an infographic produced by our Strategic Workforce Analyst and Strategic Workforce Modelling Lead about the intellectual disabilities workforce across the South, and we’ve reproduced it here for you. Click here to down load a copy They used both the NHS Electronic Staff Record and … Continue reading Men make up a smaller % of the #IDworkforce and are more likely to be manager……… Why? | BLOG10

REQUEST FOR SUPPORT: to lead a pilot project aimed at supporting Maternity services to more effectively support women and families who have learning disabilities

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

“I don’t believe it!” | BLOG09

“……..is it 2019 already?” What a year 2018 was for people with learning disabilities, their families, and the army of paid and unpaid workforces out there working with a shared aim to make life better. This month we wanted to do things a bit differently. Rather than talking about news and events such as the … Continue reading “I don’t believe it!” | BLOG09