How much bad news is needed before change really happens? | BLOG12

Word cloud from #WeLDN Post-Panorama Review There’s been a lot in the media over the last few weeks about important issues impacting on people with intellectual disabilities and/or autism and their families and loved ones. In no particular order, people have learnt that  the atrocities suffered by vulnerable people in institutions uncovered back in the … Continue reading How much bad news is needed before change really happens? | BLOG12

Co-facilitation with people that have a lived experience …………….why? | BLOG11

A definition “Co-Facilitation - Having more than one facilitator at a workshop, or co-facilitation, is good for many reasons. It allows you to share the responsibility with someone else and each trainer brings his or her own strengths to the workshop. It also makes learning more interesting for the participants. However, it is critical to … Continue reading Co-facilitation with people that have a lived experience …………….why? | BLOG11

Professor Sally Hardy & Professor Eddie Chaplin explore : What difference does a MOOC make when learning about Learning Disability?

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?