Circles of support and mutual caring1 March 2010
A booklet outlining the use of circles of support with older families that include a person with learning disabilities. Part of the Mutual Caring project.
Annual Review 20102 January 2010
An overview of the Mental Health Foundation and the Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities projects and achievements for 2009/10.
In Business flyer1 November 2009
There are an estimated 800,000 adults with learning disabilities of working age, of which only 11% have a paid job, often a part time one. Despite this, many people express an interest in exploring work opportunities. One less frequently explored option is that of self employment.
In Business: Need 2 Know1 November 2009
A briefing note for policy makers, commissioners and services from the Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities supporting the development of self employment and small business opportunities for people with learning disabilities.
In Business: developing the self employment option for people with learning disabilities1 November 2009
This is the final report from the In Business programme and explores developing the self employment option for people with learning disabilities.
Developing a business idea1 October 2009
This publication is part of the In Business Easy Business Planning series and is a workbook to help you think about some of the issues that a business advisor would talk about with you.
How to fill in a self assessment form1 October 2009
This publication is part of the In Business Easy Business Planning series and includes easy to follow instructions on how to complete a Self Assessment form.
Annual Review 20092 September 2009
An overview of the Mental Health Foundation and the Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities projects and achievements for 2008/09.
Prepared for the future?1 September 2009
Information to prepare families when a young person with a learning disabilily is leaving school or college.
Ideas for practitioners to involve fathers1 July 2009
There is strong evidence that children benefit from the involvement of their fathers. Including fathers in meetings and appointments is one way of supporting fathers to be involved.