The CBF writes topical articles regularly and produces three newsletters a year, providing opinion and resources for families and professionals.

CBF response to the 2022 LeDeR report

The 2022 Learning from Lives and Deaths (LeDeR) report, which looks at the deaths of people with a learning disability and autistic people and aims to improve health and care, has been published. We send our condolences to everyone who has lost a loved one.

CBF response to Baroness Hollins' final report

The government has published the final report by Baroness Hollins on the Independent Care, Education and Treatment Reviews programme, which aimed to move people with a learning disability and autistic people out of long-term segregation, alongside its response to this report

Joint open letter to political parties

Multiple organisations have written a joint letter to the leaders of the three main opposition parties in England about the need to support people with a learning disability, autistic people and their families

New report on SEND tribunals is published

A new report from the Disabled Children’s Partnership and Pro Bono Economics, ‘Wasting Money, Wasting Potential’, sets out the money that is wasted by councils on forcing parents and carers of children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) to go to tribunal to get the right support