Thanks to Becky, Ronnie, Stewart, and Diane for sharing and demonstrating Lifeswap with the Community.
A recording of this emotive and inspiring session is available below.
From the group work we heard that the Community of practice could reduce stigma by raising and maintaining awareness of people with learning disabilities in society including individual achievements, and data relating to equalities, while better educating care providers including mental health services/
University of Surrey are looking for a Research Fellow to develop phase two of their Together Project funded by Health Education England South East Region Intellectual Disabilities Programme and National Institute for Health Research Applied Research Collaboration in Kent, Surrey and Sussex.
Phase 1 of the Together Project co-produced an intervention designed to support the delivery of good maternity care to people with learning disabilities. In Phase 2 of the Together Project, the intervention will be implemented and evaluated in practice within local maternity systems in the south east of England.
April sees the first of three online Community events which are all linked our shared purpose for people with learning disabilities and their allies to live Healthy Safe and Fulfilled lives.
This first event will be on 28th April from 12:30 until 2pm with Lisa Hopkins, Scott Watkin and Emily Stewart from Seeability. They will be sharing their model for investing in and mentoring people with learning disabilities to be leaders in their organisation and communities.