December e-update for Transforming Care Partnerships (TCPs) and partners

webinar-11-decDownload newsletter_december_2018_11Download Dear all Please find below and attached latest updates from the national Transforming Care programme including: The role of social care in prevention – get involved in researchTrainee Nursing Associates expansion in Learning Disability servicesReturn to Practice (RTP) Learning Disability NursingUsing conversations to assess and plan people’s care and support – new guidanceNew … Continue reading December e-update for Transforming Care Partnerships (TCPs) and partners

OUT NOW: Identifying a range of approaches in health equalities – Reducing, measuring and responding to health inequalities experienced by people with learning disabilities…… a multidimensional overview of projects supported by HEE working across KSS

We all recognise, with great sadness, that people with learning disabilities experience many different types of inequalities and are dying far too early. We all agree that this is unacceptable and needs to change now (This has also been greatly emphasised through the Annual LeDeR report in 2018). In Kent Community Health NHS Foundation Trusts (KCHFT) … Continue reading OUT NOW: Identifying a range of approaches in health equalities – Reducing, measuring and responding to health inequalities experienced by people with learning disabilities…… a multidimensional overview of projects supported by HEE working across KSS

OUT NOW: Hearing the LOUD Voice

At Canterbury Christ Church University (CCCU), until a few years ago we were a little smug about the way in which we delivered teaching regarding learning disability (LD) in partnership with people with learning disabilities (PLD); it felt that we had moved on substantially from teaching “about” to teaching “with”, and the success of this … Continue reading OUT NOW: Hearing the LOUD Voice

CHECK OUT: The Rightfullives Exhibition HUMAN RIGHTS, LEARNING DISABILITY AND AUTISM A COMMUNITY OF PERSPECTIVES

What is Rightfullives.net? "Rightfullives.net reflects the struggle, the joy and the ideals of all the people who have made it happen. Most importantly it reflects the human spirit of the artists and contributors who have shared their work and often, more than a little of themselves. Whether it’s the stunning yet brutal poetry and painting … Continue reading CHECK OUT: The Rightfullives Exhibition HUMAN RIGHTS, LEARNING DISABILITY AND AUTISM A COMMUNITY OF PERSPECTIVES

When will there be good news? | BLOG07

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