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StHelens&WhistonHosp Jul 16
I’ve just received some fantastic thank you letters from a group of students who visited the Trust as part of . They had a great time learning about the different roles within our hospitals – so lovely to read their feedback
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Ann Craft Trust Jul 9
Do you know how to spot the signs of in adults? Read our guide here: Also, some advice on what to do if you suspect an adult close to you is being groomed.
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LTHT LD and Autism Jun 18
Two very special events today: and the Council Takeover. What a day!
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Department of Health and Social Care Jun 18
Replying to @DHSCgovuk
We received 5,000+ responses to our consultation on learning disability & autism training for all health and care staff. 👩🏻‍⚕️👨🏾‍⚕️✅ 9 in 10 people agreed with the proposed content. We will set out next steps for this here soon: 👉
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Learning Disabilities Mortality Review (LeDeR) Jun 17
These are some of the hopes and challenges for the programme in 2019/20.
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United Response Jun 18
The theme for this is inclusion, yet we've found that 1 in 3 people with learning disabilities or autism feel they would be treated unfairly in a new job. More needs to be done to make disabled people feel welcome in the workplace.
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Caroline Dinenage Jun 18
Really positive responses to our consultation on learning disability & autism training for all health and care staff - this will make a big difference to people's lives! We'll set out our response soon.
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Rob Webster Jun 17
It’s and the focus this year is on sport and participation. Here is a film about a hero who just happens to have
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(((Dawn Butler MP))) Jun 20
This week is and it's vital that we celebrate people's abilities rather than looking at their disabilities. The next Government will sign the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities to protect those who can be more vulnerable.
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Hayley Greenwood Jun 17
It's learning disability awareness this week! As a who works in the community I'm going to share a twitter diary of what I get up to every day this week- as a sample of what us community LD nurses get up to!
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HalsBooks Jun 18
This week is My son Will, co author and illustrator of Hal's Books has a learning disability. He has achieved so much in his 18 years despite his autism and learning difficulties, I am so proud if him!
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Community Integrated Jun 19
It’s ! 🙌💥 Chris, a person we support at Felspar, has been showing us his incredible skills - he loves using as a way to relax 👏 Great work Chris, remember is just around the corner! 🎾
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National Diversity Awards Jun 17
Did you know?... - There are around 13.3 million disabled people in the UK. - Only 17% of disabled people were born with their disabilities. - In the UK there are approximately 800,000 disabled children under the age of 16.
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Sport Birmingham Jun 20
🚨3 DAYS TO GO🚨 ℹ️17 different sports to try this Sunday, a marketplace & the opportunity to find out about more inclusive activities across the city. Are you coming to inclusive sports festival? 🎟️Grab your free ticket here:
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Lorna Fillingham Jun 18
Had a first attempt at rock painting this morning... I did one of these, my friend did the others. Helping to raise awareness of , and having a cuppa and catch up while we were at it! Now to hide them where they can be found!
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Liliya Jun 22
It is the wider risk factors that these young people face, such as growing up in poverty or being bullied or lonely, rather than their learning disability, that cause them to have poorer mental health.
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BTHFT Safeguarding Adults Jun 19
A great group shot of members of our local Mencap Treat Me Well group and Bthft staff at their awareness raising stand for learning disability awareness week !
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Epilepsy Action Jun 20
If you're a carer for someone living with both epilepsy and a learning disability, our helpline team can support you with any questions or concerns you might have. You can get in touch through social media, email, or freephone 0808 800 5050.
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SunderlandPeopleFirst Jun 18
More of this please 😊Such a brilliant atmosphere listening to bands from South Tyneside College
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Lisa Southgate Jun 19
If you’re over the age of 14 and have a learning disability, you’re eligible for an annual health check. Our Learning Disability Ambassadors share what to expect from your annual health check
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