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Rosa Monckton does not speak for us or our children

Blog 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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“These are our children” New call for evidence

Blog How can we ensure better outcomes for the most vulnerable children and young people? “These are our children” New call for evidence.

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Planning the Future Workforce for People with Learning Disabilities

Blog Guest blog by Shane Webber and Megan Hare.  Shane Webber and Megan Hare are employed by the Community Learning Disability Team in Kent who have been awarded funding from…

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BIG funding for our big project! Helping older people shape rural communities

Helping older people shape rural communities We’re delighted to have received the news that The Big Lottery Fund will be supporting our project to develop the ways rural areas work well for older people.…

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Why everyone should be talking about Mental Health

Why everyone should be talking about Mental Health It’s good to see the Government’s positive response to the Five Year Forward View today. It’s even better to hear Theresa May talking about…

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Paving the way

Blog A guest blog from family carer Jackie Martel who talks about why a new Children's Pathway is needed and how a set of three new resources will help Transforming…

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The ‘D’ word

Blog Anna Marriott talks about the real issue at the heart of the CQC’s Death Review. So it seems that Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust may have been right…

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