Photo by rawpixel.com on Pexels.com Since our last update we are really please to share that this national programme of work has really move forward at speed and the following we hope will provide you with some background and even more importantly share our updates i.e. how to I register your interest in the work? … Continue reading National Autism Core Capabilities Framework consultation: BOOK NOW
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!
- easyread_September2018_TCP_update - Finance webinar invite_September18 Dear all Please find below and attached latest updates from the national Transforming Care programme including: Learning disabilities and autism are a priority in the new NHS long-term plan! Finance webinars – for commissioners and finance leads across health and social care Coming up! Template model agreements for the … Continue reading September e-update for #TransformingCare Partnerships
Just over two weeks to go – come and help us shape the future of learning disability care and support https://ldcop.org.uk/just-over-two-weeks-to-go-come-and-help-us-shape-the-future-of-learning-disability-care-and-support — Read on ldcop.org.uk/just-over-two-weeks-to-go-come-and-help-us-shape-the-future-of-learning-disability-care-and-support
Back in January 2017 Skills for Care completed an analysis of the National Minimum Data set for social care on behalf of Health Education England .The data was for the adult social care workforce supporting people with learning disabilities and/or autism across the whole of the South of England. In February of this year colleagues … Continue reading OUT NOW: South region #IDWorkforce data for NHS (2018) & Non-NHS (2017) #SouthID