Learning Disability Awareness Training1 April 2014, Hanifa Islam
Our inclusive training to help all individuals understanding about people with a learning disability (including those with autistic spectrum disorders) including the cause and range of disabilities.
We must start caring about carers4 March 2013,
Families are still not being properly rewarded for the care they are giving and the huge costs they are saving the taxpayer.
Our work to further support families in 201311 January 2013,
Our work in 2013 will center around supporting families and their sons and daughters to have a better quality of life.
Are families of children with disabilities getting enough support?19 October 2012,
Even the parents of those with the greatest need still battle for the basics - despite all these goodwill programmes and policies, we are still not getting it right for these families.
It's more important than ever that families are well informed about the sources of support available27 June 2012,
Everyone wants the best care for their relatives, but the reality of securing funding for a family member with learning disabilities is not always a straightforward one.
Life as one of the UKâs six million carers can be tough15 May 2012,
New research by the Carers Trust has suggested that a large number of unpaid carers are struggling without any support.
Institutional discrimination in the health system is unacceptable6 January 2012,
These attitudes and behaviours are responsible for cultivating institutional discrimination in the NHS and we must challenge and change them to prevent further needless tragedies from happening.
An ordinary life - we need your help!7 October 2011,
If you or anyone you know has a child who uses medical technology - such as long-term ventilation or is peg-fed - and have positive stories to tell us, please get in touch.
Becoming a carer1 September 2011
Advice, tips and practical and emotional support for those looking after someone with dementia.
Delight as actor with Down's syndrome joins the cast of Eastenders27 July 2011,
We're thrilled that an actor with Down’s syndrome will be cast in a mainstream TV programme as it provides an excellent platform from which to break down negative attitudes towards learning disabilities in the public.