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My Life My Choice talk about Love, Relationships and our joint research project into The Right to a Relationship for people with Learning Disabilities
The NDTi team reflect on why, after a myriad of public inquiries, we are still seeing reports of mistreatment to people who live in care and support settings.
At NDTi, we believe that people should have choice and control about where and how they live and how they choose to spend their time.
Supported living, when…
Saba Salman writes about the Time to Connect Project in The Guardian.
Paul Williams talks about how the Time to Connect Project is helping him to realise his idea of writing his life story to inspire others, detailing how he overcame obstacles…
On 29th January 2019, Linda Jordan, Senior Development Adviser (Children and Young People’s programme), took part in a roundtable discussion at Committee Room 18, Palace of Westminster with the Select…
Earlier this week the Education Secretary, Damian Hinds, announced an additional £350 million to support children with complex needs and disabilities including a programme of support provided by NDTi to…
This Human Rights Day we're with 150+ other groups across the UK #celebrating70 years of human rights protection.
The Public Health England Learning Disabilities Observatory team (known as IHaL) are preparing their next ‘reasonable adjustments’ report. The focus of this report will be around falls prevention…
NDTi’s Chief Executive, Paul Marshall, discusses the hotly debated topic of the upcoming Social Care Green Paper and the recognition of interconnection between social care, health and housing.
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