We have an exciting opportunity to join a small group of family carers in Kent to help us to understand how to support the families of people with severe learning disabilities across the county.
Frontline Families is a partnership of organisations who work with families of disabled children and adults who have a range of support needs.
We have an exciting opportunity to join our small and dedicated team as Project and Policy Officer.
Do you have a story to tell either about your connection to us, your experience of supporting someone, or what you think still needs to change.
We have an exciting opportunity to join our small and dedicated team as a Family Support Triage Administrator.
A joint letter from the CBF, Mencap, Rightful Lives, The National Autistic Society (NAS) and Learning Disability England (LDE) calling for the Government’s Building the Right Support Action Plan to be credible, evidence based, robust and detailed.
At a time when we are meant to feel magic, joy and happiness, sometimes the reality is that it can also be a time of grief, guilt, worry or broken heartedness.
Today (9th December 2021) the report from an independent investigation into the death of Clive Treacey was published, concluding that his death was “potentially avoidable”.
CBF response to the Care Quality Commission report on progress made since the publication of 'Out of Sight- Who Cares?'