Thanks to Stephen Kill at Seeability for sharing this flyer for an event for people with learning disabilities and sight impairments. It is *free* and is designed to enable people look after their eyes.
For more details click on the above picture.
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Following the Event in May at Canterbury Christchurch University, we are pleased to share two versions of the Launch report.
The detailed wordy version is available by clicking on Kent and Medway Learning Disabilities – CoP Draft Purpose
The easy to read version is available at Kent and Medway Learning Disability CoP easy read
Below are two ways of giving feedback. Please tell us if you think we’ve understood what is important from what you’ve said.
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If you have feedback about these reports, please let us have them by 23rd August 2013.
After that we have been invited to present the report to the Good Health Group in September.
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Over the past 18 months Andy Nazarjuk, Cathy Bernal and Andrew Southgate have been testing out innovative ways to to support Adult and Mental Health nurses learning about work with people with learning disabilities.
One very successful project has been inviting people with learning disabilities to be part of the simulation teaching, where the nurses got the opportunity to test out their communication skills and using tools such as the hospital passport.
Andrew Southgate has recently had his reflection on this published in the International Practice Development Journal
While Andy Nazarjuk, Cathy Bernal and Andrew Southgate have had their report published today in Learning Disability Practice
The latter has photos of the activities including the experts by experience talking with the student nurses.
If you know any people with learning disabilities in Kent and Medway that may like to teach student healthcare professionals, please let us know.
Enjoy the articles!
Daniel Marsden and the CoP team
Please click here to see the photos from the Kent Live Well Community of Practice Launch event!
The draft reports will be posted here soon for everyone to comment on.
The CoP Team
On 16th May 2013 Canterbury Christchurch University and the English Centre for Practice Development hosted an event to launch a Kent and Medway Community of Practice for those that work with people with learning disabilities and those that advocate on their behalf.
The launch was an inclusive event and packed with activities to enable our community to think about what might be possible if we all worked together!
A draft purpose, objectives and actions will be forthcoming for everyone to comment on.
In the meantime please check what people said about the event on twitter
There will also be a some photos from the event posted here soon!
We would like this site to be a place for the community to come together. We’ll see how that may work!
Daniel Marsden and the CoP Team.