Modern learning disability services1 November 2007
A leaflet about how the Foundation works with local authorities to improve learning disability services.
Lives of people with learning disabilities (The)1 July 2006
An easyread briefing about the lives of people with learning disabilities.
Rights of people with intellectual disabilities1 November 2005
This report is one of a series of 14 country reports prepared by the Open Society Institute's EU Monitoring and Advocacy programme and the Open Society Mental Health Initiative.
Linking up1 April 2005
Linking Up is a short guide to help Connexions staff, or anyone working with young people in transition, to give support to people with learning disabilities, and provides practice advice and examples.
First impressions report1 March 2005
Information for practitioners and service commissioners. First Impressions was commissioned in early 2004, in order to look at the emotional and practical needs of families who have a small child – aged up to five – with a learning disability.
Making us count summary1 January 2005
Identifying and improving mental health support for young people with learning disabilities. Report summary.
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.
An ordinary death1 February 2003
An update about the service needs of people with learning disabilities who are dying.
Meeting service needs1 January 2003
This report explores the mental health service needs of young people with learning disabilities. Young people with learning disabilities experience the same range of mental health problems as other young people but are at higher risk of developing such problems, especially at times of stress and change.
Support groups for older family carers of people with learning disabilities1 December 2001
Part of the GOLD programme, this is an update to a project where the British Institute of Learning Disabilities (BILT) work in collaboration with six local authorities in England to set up and evaluate local support groups for older family carers of people with learning disabilities.