Foundation Stones Issue 41 June 2014
Issue four of Foundation Stones, The Foundation's latest news about issues relevant to people with learning disabilities, their families, friends and carers.
Tips for Broadcasters1 June 2014
Easy-read tips for people who work in television, radio and other media about how they show people with learning disabilities.
Staying Safe Out and About1 June 2014
This easy read guide offers tips for people with learning disabilities to keep safe when out and about.
Staying Safe on Social Media and Online1 June 2014
This guide includes tips for people with learning disabilities on how to stay safe in social media and online.
Feeling down: improving the mental health of people with learning disabilities1 May 2014
This report is designed to help promote positive mental health by offering information, case studies and real-life experiences of people with learning disabilities and their carers and their strategies for enhancing their mental wellbeing.
Feeling down: looking after my mental health1 May 2014
Following on from the Feeling Down report, we have published this easy read, interactive guide to help people with learning disabilities to take care of their health with the support of their family, friends and support workers.
Children and young people with complex health needs1 May 2014
A one-stop booklet for families. The aim of this booklet is to offer information and routes to support of a practical nature, which we hope can improve the lives of children and young people with complex health needs.
An Easy Read Guide to Anxiety1 May 2014
Everyone feels anxious at some point in their life. Things like going for a job interview, meeting a partner’s family for the first time or bringing up a child can make us feel anxious.
Getting a job1 April 2014
This booklet provides advice for family carers of adults with a learning disability. Families sometimes do not know how to go about helping their family member with learning disabilities into paid work.
Thinking Skills Evaluation Report1 February 2014
We adapted the Thinking Skills programme for inmates to be accessible for people with learning disabilities. The programme helps prisoners to understand their behaviour, make better choices and set positive goals, all of which help to reduce their chance of reoffending.