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The true meaning of home. (Lucy Series – Community Living January 6th 2023)
Many people living in the community are often, in reality, housed in mini institutions. We need to think carefully about what we mean by an ordinary home, says Lucy Series. Read the full article here: The true meaning of home
A “gloriously ordinary life’’: spotlight on adult social care (House of Lords Select Committee Dec 2022)
The summary of this report start with... 'Whether because we receive care and support, or because we provide paid or unpaid care, it is estimated that 10 million of us are affected by the adult social care system in England at any one time.1 That is almost one in five...
Our Thriving workshops are beginning in April! Come join us!
We are VERY excited to say that due to great demand, we are running our second Thriving course of workshops. Facilitated by the brilliant Tony Bamforth at Glowyerownway , these workshops will focus on how we can: most effectively support and cultivate the best in...
Learning Disability and Autism Social Care providers. Financial impact assessment (Cordis Bright, Oct 2022)
As this IMPORTANT report says... 'The levels of financial settlement reached with local government and the NHS to fund social care are below the rate of cost inflation being experienced by providers. In 2022/23 average pay uplifts are running at 8%, local authority...
‘It comes back to moral leadership. You’ve got to have someone who is challenging the system’ (Community Living Mag, Autumn 2022)
Article by: Seán Kelly – 14 October 2022 in The Community Living Magazine Ten years after Sir Norman Lamb introduced Transforming Care, he talks to Seán Kelly about how it was his most frustrating issue as a minister and why people are not living in the community....
Thinking about my friend Michelle (Written by Sally Warren)
We still aren't getting health care right for learning disabled and autistic people. Too many people with a learning disability are dying too young. An amazing friend of mine called Michelle died a few years ago after having cancer. Michelle was passionate about...
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