December e-update for Transforming Care Partnerships (TCPs) and partners

webinar-11-decDownload newsletter_december_2018_11Download Dear all Please find below and attached latest updates from the national Transforming Care programme including: The role of social care in prevention – get involved in researchTrainee Nursing Associates expansion in Learning Disability servicesReturn to Practice (RTP) Learning Disability NursingUsing conversations to assess and plan people’s care and support – new guidanceNew … Continue reading December e-update for Transforming Care Partnerships (TCPs) and partners

When will there be good news? | BLOG07

A few days ago I attended the launch of the Greater London Learning Disability Community of Practice. This Community has been set up with the support of our programme in response to London stakeholders (who can be anyone from a health & care provider to a person with lived experience) telling us that they want … Continue reading When will there be good news? | BLOG07

The rise of the ambassador: What have we done……..? | BLOG06

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

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

Fewer Learning Disability nurses: What might this mean? | BLOG05

With Autumn just around the corner, this is traditionally a time of new beginnings as children go back to school and students either return to University or begin their studies. Figures recently released by the Nursing Standard Journal and the Health Foundation shows that one in four students who began three year degrees that were … Continue reading Fewer Learning Disability nurses: What might this mean? | BLOG05