Foundation Stones Issue 21 June 2014
Issue two of Foundation Stones, The Foundation's latest news about issues relevant to people with learning disabilities, their families, friends and carers.
Foundation Stones Issue 31 June 2014
Issue three of Foundation Stones, The Foundation's latest news about issues relevant to people with learning disabilities, their families, friends and carers.
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.
Looking for an ordinary life30 May 2014,
Children with complex needs face barriers to exercising their basic human rights. These individuals need a platform for change, to ensure they are supported to overcome such obstacles.
Having a child with Downs Syndrome has taught what is important in life7 April 2014, Guest Blogger
Holly Rorke, mother of Wilby, shares how her son's arrival has enriched her life and the importance of celebrating diversity.
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 believe prisoners with learning disabilities or difficulties should have equal access to support4 February 2014,
Government policy puts a lot of emphasis on rehabilitation of prisoners and reducing the numbers who re-offend after leaving prison. We believe that those with IQs below the current threshold should have equal chances of receiving such support.
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.
Increasing the social value of people with learning disabilities through employment14 October 2013, Keith Bates
Keith Bates, Head of Employment at the Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities shares how working life can increase opportunities for young people.