The Spectrum of Misconception has launched its campaign to raise awareness about the importance of friends and positive relationships for people with learning disabilities.
The University of Bristol’s fifth annual LeDeR report was published yesterday, alongside the third annual 'LeDeR Action from Learning' report.
Employees at a children’s home in Cardiff claim that autistic children were "abused" and mistreated.
A group of families with relatives who were at Winterbourne View have published their family stories reflecting on the last ten years since the Winterbourne View scandal. Read ‘Tea, smiles and empty promises.’
Letter to the Secretary of State by the Children and Young People’s Health Policy Influencing Group.
The CBF has launched a new website which is easier to access on phones and tablets, as well as laptops, and is more user-friendly.
The Family Support Caseworker will offer casework support to family carers and provide information and guidance about challenging behaviour associated with severe learning disabilities.
It is unacceptable that vulnerable children across the UK are experiencing restraint, seclusion and other restrictions in the very places they are supposed to be safe and well cared for, including schools.
The CBF has put together a document with our headlines for inclusion in the Mental Health Act consultation response