We only write one blog a month to update you on what the programme has been up to, and every time we want to share amazing news we find yet another story is broadcast that brings into focus the stark reality of care and support for people with an intellectual disability and or autism in … Continue reading The rise of the ambassador: What have we done……..? | BLOG06
We're very excited to have these inspirational sector leaders join us for the launch of our new Community of Practice: Hayley Goleniowska, award winning blogger, 'Downs Side Up' Noelle Blackman, CEO at Respond, a mental health charity caring for people with learning disabilities Paul Richards, Director for the charity Stay up Late and the creator … Continue reading Nov 7th: Greater London Learning Disability Community of Practice Launch!
Dear colleagues We are delighted to launch this exciting new training opportunity - please share this blog on to your colleagues and teams in order to share the opportunity to attend this free training programme as widely as possible: Improving the Delivery of Different News to Families by Healthcare Professionals Monday 10th September – 1.00- 5.00pm – … Continue reading LAST FEW PLACES LEFT: Improving the Delivery of Different News to Families by Healthcare Professionals
"The Learning Disability and Autism Leaders’ List 2018 is the UK’s first national listing of people with learning disabilities and/or autism who are helping make things better for themselves and others. You could be one of them. The winning stories will make the Leaders’ List and will help change society faster, and make things better for … Continue reading NOMINATE NOW: The #LearningDisability and #Autism Leaders’ List 2018
Dear all We have shared this note with national stakeholders following recent news that the NHS is investing more than £75m this year to improve community support for people with a learning disability, autism or both, to help hundreds more to stay living in their community and move out of hospital. Sorry if you have … Continue reading @NHSEngland announces extra funding to support people with a #learningdisability, #autism or both