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Community Led Support Programme leads to a quicker response, better staff morale and budget savings

NDTi News The publication of “What works in Community Led Support?”  details evidence from nine local authorities that show that, by working differently, significant improvements are taking place…

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Community Led Support in Scotland - One Year On!

Community Led Support in Scotland - One Year On! NDTi Associate, Lou Close reflects on a recent event hosted by HealthCare Improvement Scotland to share our evaluation results  following 1 year of the Community Led Support Programme…

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‘I feel like I’ve come back to life’

‘I feel like I’ve come back to life’ Fair Shares in Stroud reflect on how their work with the Time to Connect project is inspiring local residents.

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Doctor, Doctor I think I’m a bell?

Doctor, Doctor I think I’m a bell? Take these and if it doesn't help give me a ring! Not many hospital visits start in this way, but the Leeds Teaching Hospitals ‘get me better’…

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Review in Journal of Dementia Care: Person Centred Thinking with Older People

NDTi News Book review of our co-authored  'Person-Centred Thinking with Older People: 6 Essential Practices' page 37, The Journal of Dementia Care, Vol 25 No 6, November/December 2017 Authors: Helen Sanderson, Helen Bown…

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Updated Health Charter 2017 - Tackling health inequalities for people with learning disabilities

Updated Health Charter 2017 - Tackling health inequalities for people with learning disabilities Public Health England and VODG (the Voluntary Organisations Disability Group), have launched the updated Health Charter for social care providers who support people with a learning…

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Observing the French Employment pathways for young people with SEND

Observing the French Employment pathways for young people with SEND Julie Pointer reflects on her recent trip to look at what French colleagues are doing to increase opportunities for paid employment for young people with SEND.

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We do not cease to play because we grow old; we grow old because we cease to play.

We do not cease to play because we grow old; we grow old because we cease to play. George Bernard Shaw’s warning is urgent for our ageing population as we gain an extra 2.5 years of life expectancy with every decade that passes. This astonishing trend and…

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Wot – no duty of care?

Blog When an Advocate told me that their role meant they had no duty of care, I was shocked and had to go away somewhere quiet with my laptop to think.…

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Announcing the launch of the Green Light Discussion Forum

NDTi News The Green Light Toolkit helps mental health services respond effectively to people who have autism or learning disabilities in addition to mental health difficulties. If working on Green Light issues…

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