Easy read: The Big Bedtime Audit

What is the Big Bedtime Audit?

Two social work teams went to find out what was happening at 8 o’clock in the evening in the homes of people with learning disabilities.

The homes were all in the community. They visited supported tenancies, supported living houses, residential care homes and nursing homes.

The homes were in two different local authorities. They visited people in one area on a Thursday evening and people in another area on a Friday evening. Altogether they visited 263 people. They visited again after six months.

Read about what they found out here

Living Life to the fullest- website

What is Living Life to the Fullest?

The Living Life to the Fullest project is a research project which seeks to forge new understandings of the lives, hopes, desires and contributions of children and young people with ‘life-limiting’ or ‘life-threatening’ impairments (hereby LL/LTIs). With children and young people alongside as our co-researchers, the project will be a space where disabled children and young people can tell new stories of disability; their own stories.