This is a great opportunity working within the charity sector to use and hone your communications and digital skills to help people with severe learning disabilities whose behaviour challenges, and their families.
Panorama “Will the NHS Care for Me?” led by actor Tommy Jessop highlighted why people with a learning disability are more than twice as likely to die from avoidable causes than the rest of the population.
A BBC article has shared that Tony Hickmott, an autistic man, will be released from the ATU that he has lived in for over 21 years.
Take part in a survey about your experiences of services and support in Camden as part of the Getting it Right project.
Our response to the shocking treatment uncovered at The Edenfield Centre
An investigation by the BBC’s Panorama programme has exposed a toxic culture at one of the UK’s largest mental health hospitals.
Gemma, our Family Support Lead is running the 2022 London Marathon in support of the CBF.
BBC Disclosure has aired a documentary investigating why four young men with learning disabilities in Scotland have been stuck in secure hospitals for years.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission have posted a response to the Building the Right Support Action Plan, published 14th July 2022.