The right tools for the job

May Lee, our Person Centred Development Manager, has written this month’s blog on Helen Sanderson’s website about the success of using the right tools.  Catch up with May’s blog here.

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Mental Health: Unrestricted

Mental Health: Unrestricted is a short documentary exploring the personal experiences of mental health by young people in the London Borough of Brent. The young people were given space to say what they really feel, their fears and hopes for …

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Fulfilling Potential – rhetoric or opportunity?

Some of you will have seen Maria Miller, MP for Disabled People’s discussion paper on Fulfilling Potential, setting out the Government’s commitment to breaking down the barriers to social mobility and equal opportunities faced by disabled people in Britain.

The …

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Paul’s story

Paul is a son, a brother, an uncle and a friend. Paul is also a man who is often defined by the support he needs – and sometimes the amount this costs. Over the next couple of years we plan …

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First museum of learning disability opens

Langdon Down was once a progressive hospital, now it’s the first museum of learning disability. Fore more information and opening times visit their website.

Dr John Langdon Down was a Victorian physician who established Normansfield in 1868 as a

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