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VODG is a voluntary sector organisation whose members work to ensure that disabled people can live the lives they choose.
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#socialcarefuture 13h
Making someone welcome – Social Care Future via ⁦⁩ “A simple way of showing communities that all are of value and it doesn’t take much to be inclusive”
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Restraint Reduction 14h
This report by is based on a pilot project & outlines the challenges & solutions to moving people with , and/or conditions out of long-stay inpatient care
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V O D G Jul 18
. tender open to local partnerships to bid for grants to test ways of localising the next phase of workforce campaign
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is a key initiative to help reduce premature mortality and health inequalities for people with learning disabilities. Read the latest news from the programme
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Our weekly brief - with the latest sector news and comment and events is now with members. And also available to download via our website. .
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V O D G Jul 19
Young people’s rights to education are not being met with sufficient funding for those services.
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V O D G Jul 18
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V O D G Jul 18
An important announcement which will help to secure learning disability nurses across health, social care and education services in the years to come.
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V O D G Jul 18
. tender open to local partnerships to bid for grants to test ways of localising the next phase of workforce campaign
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CMM Magazine Jul 18
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Dimensions Jul 18
We can't believe entries/nominations for the Learning Disability and Autism Leaders' List close in 1 week 😮 Thank you for sharing - we'd love to see more brilliant stories 🤗Everyone gets a certificate and 42 Leaders get free publicity 🥳
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V O D G Jul 9
New campaign seeks to encourage better medicines support for people who are receiving services in their homes
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Charity Bank Jul 16
➥ How is political and Brexit uncertainty impacting the social sector? ➥ How can and enterprises better use technology? ➥ What are the latest trends in funding and impact measurement? Discover the latest events:
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3rdSectorCareAwards Jul 16
Making small changes with a big impact? Researching new areas for progress? Enter the Contribution to Sector Development Award today and share your work:
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Home Care Insight Jul 16
Full potential of assistive care tech for sector not being met, says report
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Civil Society Jul 16
By Age, experience and background are no longer the only prerequisites for good leaders - part of a new series we've worked on with
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V O D G Jul 15
An important new report out today demonstrates the impacts that welfare changes have on disabled people’s lives
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V O D G Jul 15
Great new App helps people with Down’s syndrome and their parents or carers to make positive changes to their lifestyle through healthier eating and activity tracking, whilst also improving their digital skills and capabilities
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V O D G Jul 15
Replying to @Hftonline
. shines an important spotlight on the untapped potential of assistive technology in social care in the report. We will be discussing the messages and recommendations at our annual conference in September 2/2
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V O D G Jul 15
A new report by VODG member sets out the untapped economic potential that could be unleashed through a learning disability sector deal to strengthen investment in assistive technology 1/2
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