No box to tick1 June 2004
A booklet for carers on meeting the spiritual needs and religious beliefs of people with learning disabilities.
What about faith? Briefing1 May 2004
Religious expression is a fundamental human right and can have important health and lifestyle benefits. Services for people with learning disabilities should meet the religious needs of people with religious interests.
Why are we here? Accessible summary1 May 2004
An easy to read summary of the Why are we here? report on meeting the spiritual needs of people with learning disabilities.
Religious expression: A fundamental human right1 April 2004
This report describes a two-year action research project funded by the Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities. The aim of this project was to work with services to meet the religious needs of adults with learning disabilities, and to discover what worked particularly well.
Why are we here? Update1 April 2004
Current research makes it clear that spirituality is a significant dimension of human experience within which people seek to find such things as meaning, purpose, value and hope. For some people it embraces a search for God.
What is important to you?1 April 2004
This booklet contains information about the things that people with learning disabilities say are important to them. We hope that it will help you to think about what is important in your life and to help you to tell others what you need.
Learning with families: a training resource1 September 2003
The Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities has developed a training resource with a difference - family carers, who are also encouraged to deliver the training alongside professionals, developed the contents to train staff working in learning disability services.
Promoting emotional wellbeing1 April 2003
Young people with learning disabilities want to enjoy full, happy lives. However, they are at higher risk than other young people of developing mental health problems, especially at times of stress and change.
All about feeling down1 April 2003
This booklet is for young people with learning disabilities aged 14 to 25 and is about what you can do if you feel down. As you grow up, changes can feel hard to deal with. But there can be exciting times too. Everyone has ups and downs, especially about growing up.
An ordinary death1 February 2003
An update about the service needs of people with learning disabilities who are dying.