BOOK NOW: STOMP conference 22 Jan 2019 #WeSupportSTOMP

STOMP – Count me in! Date: Tuesday 22 January 2019 Location: Birmingham Count me in! is a cross-sector conference for people who are challenging practices which result in over-medication of people with learning disabilities, autism or both. It will provide insights into what has been achieved so far through the STOMP campaign, provide opportunities for … Continue reading BOOK NOW: STOMP conference 22 Jan 2019 #WeSupportSTOMP

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September e-update for #TransformingCare Partnerships

- 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

@NHSEngland announces extra funding to support people with a #learningdisability, #autism or both

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

Transforming Care Webinar- Housing and Discharge Planning

Dear all You are invited to join the following webinar – please share with your networks. it is open to anyone involved in supporting people through the Transforming Care programme to be discharged from hospital to their own home in the community. The webinar will provide some practical information and tips about planning and finding … Continue reading Transforming Care Webinar- Housing and Discharge Planning

OUT NOW: A report focusing on key steps to help people move out of long-stay inpatient care

VODG (Voluntary Organisations Disability Group) represents over 90 leading voluntary and charity social care disability provider organisations. Its members work with around a million disabled people, employ more than 85,000 staff and have a combined annual turnover in excess of £2.8 billion. "Report focuses on key steps to help people move out of long-stay inpatient … Continue reading OUT NOW: A report focusing on key steps to help people move out of long-stay inpatient care