In our thought piece (see Reconnecting Heart and Mind ) Sally Warren introduced Paradigm’s national initiative to reconnect hearts, minds and hands so as to ensure disabled people get the support they need to live their lives as they wish. Now David Towell links this initiative to the ‘An Ordinary Life’ movement which drove reform in an earlier generation and brings this up-to-date.
- Living good lives in the place we call home – An outline programme for the next government (#SocialCareFuture)
- Stronger, louder, together! Learning Disability England Conference 2024 by Jo Giles ( Kingston University London, Feb 2024)
- Supporting people with learning disabilities at the edges of social care in social housing and the private rented sector ( University of York)
- Working together to change the public story of social care (#SocialCareFuture)
- Easy Read hub ( The British Institute of Human Rights )