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.
We need to act now, not sleep on it11 October 2013,
Neglecting a person’s posture during sleep has serious health consequences, particularly for children with complex health needs. We need to make a greater investment to ensure children are properly supported.
Learning Disability Week 2013: Teaching life skills22 August 2013, Guest Blogger
Hayley Goleniowska is a blogger and mother of Natty, who has Downs Syndrome. As part of Learning Disability Week, she talks about the importance of teaching life skills.
Reaching out - guidance for culturally competent planning1 July 2012
Guidance for families of people with learning disabilities and practitioners in developing culturally competent planning
Good healthcare for all1 April 2012
The booklet, a result of the Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities’ extensive health work is funded by the Department of Health.
Annual Review 20111 January 2012
Our Annual Review 2010/11 takes a look at the projects and achievements of the Mental Health Foundation and Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities in delivering practical solutions to improving services and making a difference to people’s lives.
My Kind Of A Future1 June 2011
A workbook to help young people with learning disabilities prepare for the future.
Joint position statement on carers with learning disabilities1 May 2011
This joint statement by the Carers with Learning Disabilities Network is intended to raise awareness and promote the needs of carers with learning disabilities.
Supporting you and your family as you grow older together1 March 2010
A booklet for people with learning disabilities who live at home with an older family carer. Part of the Mutual Caring Project.