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Today (18th March) CQC have published their review into how do not attempt cardiopulmonary resuscitation (DNACPR) decisions have been used across all health and care sectors during the Covid 19 pandemic.
Coming out of lockdown, Malachy's parents believe that society will still be inaccessible for families with children or adults with a severe learning disability.
We are extremely concerned by continued reports of individuals with Covid-19 receiving Do Not Resuscitate notices solely due to their learning disability.
We have a unique and exciting opportunity to join our small and dedicated team as Children and Young People Policy Lead
The White Paper addresses several of the CBF’s long-term campaign issues.
Laura has a severe learning disability. She has a great happy life but her mother's greatest concern for Laura is her Pica behaviour.
NHS Digital published the latest figures for children, young people and adults with learning disabilities and/ or autism in inpatient settings.
The CQC published the second phase of the independent review into regulation of Whorlton Hall, undertaken by clinical psychologist, Professor Glynis Murphy.