Communicating With and for People with Learning Disabilities
Communicating with and for people with learning disabilities
Communication is vital in ensuring that people can express themselves and make sense of the world around them.
Being a carer and having a carer's assessment1 March 2011
A pack to help people with a learning disability work out if they are a carer and some of the ways to get help.
Supporting Mutual Caring1 March 2010
A booklet for workers in services who are supporting older families that include a person with learning disabilities. Part of the Mutual Caring Project.
Life in the community1 January 2009
A Life in the Community: An action research project promoting citizenship for people with high support needs. This is the final report of the project and provides a general overview, analysis of findings, evaluation of outcomes as well as the personal stories of selected participants.
You are not alone1 May 2006
These guidelines have been written for parents and carers of young people with learning disabilities who want to know what help is available if their son or daughter develops an emotional health problem, and how they might go about getting that help.
Communication for person centred planning1 January 2005
This information pack was designed to help staff, self advocates, families and friends to make communication better. The aim is to help people who are working in a person centred way, to better understand the communication styles of self advocates.
Today and Tomorrow briefing1 January 2003
A briefing on the Today and Tomorrow report, which focussed on inclusion, health and older family carers, where people are living with dementia, Down's Syndrome and terminal illness.