Is Workforce one of the answers to reducing premature death? | BLOG02

What a month of contrasts; we have experienced heat waves and thunder storms, celebrated a Royal marriage and mourned the content of the annual report that the Learning Disabilities Mortality Review (LeDeR) Programme published on 4th May. Deborah Coles, Executive Director of INQUEST summarised the report on the INQUEST website https://www.inquest.org.uk/inquest-responds-leder-report and we also heard … Continue reading Is Workforce one of the answers to reducing premature death? | BLOG02

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A workforce; with the right numbers and skills, is everyone’s RIGHT! | BLOG01

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HEE Intellectual Disabilities Programme working across London, Kent, Surrey and Sussex- Offer of Support

Dear Colleague I hope that this email finds you well. Some of you will be aware (and even attended) that the Intellectual Disabilities (ID) programme working across London, Kent, Surrey and Sussex (LKSS) has worked with BILD to facilitate some consultation events for the Greater London Learning Disability Practitioner Community. The full evaluation report from these … Continue reading HEE Intellectual Disabilities Programme working across London, Kent, Surrey and Sussex- Offer of Support

BOOK NOW Stakeholder Workshops: Independent Review of the Mental Health Act

Stakeholder Workshops: Independent Review of the Mental Health Act London – 26 February 2018 Newcastle – 27 February 2018 Cardiff – TBC The Independent Review of the Mental Health Act is in its initial scoping phase, seeking to identify priorities for further work later this year. To inform this process we are holding workshops in London … Continue reading BOOK NOW Stakeholder Workshops: Independent Review of the Mental Health Act