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‘Mike would have died if it hadn’t been for you!’

‘Mike would have died if it hadn’t been for you!’ It always feels slightly dramatic and over the top when people say this yet with no sense of self-aggrandisement – it is probably true. At 47 my son’s multiple…

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Video: Preparing for Adulthood SEND Review

Video: Preparing for Adulthood SEND Review This fantastic video details a graphic summary of a recent High Needs Provision (SEND) Review in Blackburn with Darwen by the NDTi Preparing for Adulthood team.

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It’s time for greater action and accountability

It’s time for greater action and accountability Madeline Cooper-Ueki, Programme Lead for Learning Disabilities, discusses the publication of The Learning Disability Mortality Review Report

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What’s in a Bucket List?

What’s in a Bucket List? Bill Love reflects on how organisations view and support living at the end of life.

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Making inclusive education a reality…

Making inclusive education a reality… Talking Change with Linda Jordan, Senior Advisor working on NDTi’s Children and Young people’s programme Preparing for Adulthood.

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Talking Change: Interview with Shaun Picken

Talking Change: Interview with Shaun Picken Shaun Picken, from My Life My Choice, talks about how work has changed his life and what, in his opinion, still needs to change for people with learning disabilities to…

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More questions than answers…

More questions than answers… Following the conclusion of Richard Handley's inquest, NDTi's Health Lead, Anna Marriott, asks "why are multiple failings less serious than a single failure?"

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Voluntary sector working with the NHS: My Life My Choice

Voluntary sector working with the NHS: My Life My Choice Guest blog from My Life My choice on how they work with the NHS, now in its 70th year.

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Moving forward with inclusion: A matter of will, not money

Moving forward with inclusion: A matter of will, not money Linda Jordan reflects on her recent trip to Portugal to learn about how they approach pathways into employment for young people with learning disabilities.

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Talking Change: Interview with Dorothy Runnicles

Talking Change: Interview with Dorothy Runnicles As NDTi Celebrates 25 Years of making change happen, we talk to associate Dorothy Runnicles about what she thinks still needs to change in our society.

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