Transference is a form of ignoring reality by placing one’s wishes on to another person – and service users can be particularly susceptible to this type of encounter.
“We face a looming crisis in meeting the unprecedented rise in demand for support from children with special educational needs and disabilities. Parents rightly expect and aspire to see that their child has the best possible education and receives the best possible support.”
You can read the letter to Simon Stevens about the ongoing use of ATU’s here.
On 20th November alongside Beyond Words and Certitude, Dimensions will be holding a drop-in event on learning disability and autism health at the Houses of Parliament. By writing to your MP you can encourage them to attend so they can find out how they can help make healthcare fair for people with learning disabilities and autism.