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Work as a ‘social care’ outcome (and not using fear as a weapon)

Work as a ‘social care’ outcome (and not using fear as a weapon) Three weeks ago, NDTi published its research findings into the cost effectiveness of employment supports for people with mental health problems and people with learning disabilities.

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Guest Blog

Guest Blog We are pleased to introduce a guest blog about attitudes to ageing by Dorothy Runnicles who is an NDTi Associate & a well known campaigner for older people'…

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Guest Blog

Guest Blog We are pleased to introduce a guest blog by Liz Sayce: "Creating a step change in disabled people’s employment"

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Guest Blog

Guest Blog We are pleased to introduce a guest blog by Philly Hare: "More engineering, less architecture - an alternative policy and practice agenda for our ageing society"

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Should advocacy have to prove itself?

Should advocacy have to prove itself? How and why commissioners choose to allocate funding to one area of activity rather than another is a bit of a dark art.

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Winterbourne View – As we were saying earlier…

Winterbourne View – As we were saying earlier… I was wondering whether to post a blog about the DH's 'one year on' report on actions following the Winterbourne View abuse - a report that, in all honesty,…

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Standing up for Real Personalisation

Standing up for Real Personalisation Rob Greig wrote a guest blog on the Think Local Act Personal website about future priorities for personalisation.

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Dementia and Isolation

Dementia and Isolation Why is it that, despite what people tell us they want, most services continue to insist on separating people’s lives into groups that are defined by the diagnostic,…

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CQC – 3 Big Reasons It Went Wrong; 3 Big Actions to Get It Right

CQC – 3 Big Reasons It Went Wrong; 3 Big Actions to Get It Right There’s too much mud-slinging going on as a result of the latest CQC debacle. If we can look behind the rhetoric, there are some pretty clear reasons as…

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What’s the problem with personalisation and mental health?

What’s the problem with personalisation and mental health? If we reflect on the main challenges that less than ten years ago prompted personalisation as a policy concept, they were about: people needing more control over their lives and…

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