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

REQUEST FOR SUPPORT: to lead a regional project aimed at further developing the robustness of the findings from our pilot project titled “Improving the delivery of different news to mothers to be and their families by healthcare professionals”

The South regional Health Education England (HEE) Intellectual Disabilities programme wishes to appoint a suitably skilled, experienced and qualified collaborative supplier to develop and lead a project aimed at building on the findings of our pilot project titled “Improving the Delivery of Different News to Mothers to be and Their Families by Healthcare professionals” carried … Continue reading REQUEST FOR SUPPORT: to lead a regional project aimed at further developing the robustness of the findings from our pilot project titled “Improving the delivery of different news to mothers to be and their families by healthcare professionals”

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