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Personal health budgets for children and young people: lessons learnt

Blog To coincide with Learning Disability Week 2017and NHS England’s conference, Sue Turner sets out some of the learning from three sites who have been implementing Personal…

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Last week was Mental Health Awareness Week.

Last week was Mental Health Awareness Week. I asked my sister whether she felt she was surviving or thriving...

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Going well despite adversity…

Going well despite adversity… Carol Robinson says it’s important to acknowledge the good work achieved by teams who are persevering under pressure.

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General Election: 5 important issues to consider before you cast your vote.

General Election: 5 important issues to consider before you cast your vote. So it is General Election time. NDTi is a non-party political organisation. We exist to promote a society where all people, regardless of age or disability, are valued and able…

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Four Lessons in Leadership

Four Lessons in Leadership When the going gets tough, the tough get going - according to (depending on your preference) JFK’s father Joe Kennedy or the dreadful 1985 hit song by Billy Ocean.…

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Caring with Communities

Caring with Communities Des McCart from Healthcare Improvement Scotland reflects on what lessons have been learnt so far on the Community Led Support programme in Scotland

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Rosa Monckton does not speak for us or our children

Rosa Monckton does not speak for us or our children Two stories from parents voicing their concerns over the claims made by Rosa Monckton and supported by Libby Purves in a recent article claiming that “We are letting…

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Paying people with learning disabilities lower wages perpetuates inequality

Paying people with learning disabilities lower wages perpetuates inequality Calls to pay people with learning disabilities below the minimum wage fly in the face of the evidence – not to mention the law.   

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Transforming Care – What good could look like

Transforming Care – What good could look like Guest Blog from Doreen Kelly, Director of Beyond Limits an organisation based in South West England that has piloted a tailored approach using Individual Health Budgets in the…

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Revolutionary not evolutionary – Derby’s approach to Community Led Support

Revolutionary not evolutionary – Derby’s approach to Community Led Support As one of the newest members to NDTi’s Community Led Support programme, Derby City Council has achieved a lot in a relatively short space of time - Brian…

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