Book an appointment to chat or offload your worries with someone who understands.
The earlier we support children with a learning disability and their families the better.
New information sheet: Organisations that offer support to family carers to advocate for their relatives with learning disabilities living in the community or in inpatient units.
Sign up to our new Carers Catch Up Plus Events, designed to help you take time out and learn some new ways of focusing on your wellbeing as a carer.
The CBF have published a statement in response to BBC News coverage on the use of mechanical restraint chairs on twins Samuel and Jacob.
The Care Quality Commission have today (25th March) published an update on progress since publication of their ‘Out of sight – who cares?’ report written in October 2020.
We are a proud member of the Disabled Children’s Partnership (DCP) – a growing coalition of more than 90 organisations – campaigning for improved health and social care for disabled children, young people and their families in England.
Find out about our new workshop for learning disability nurses and family carers based in or around Bristol.
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.