The Launch Schedule is OUT NOW for the KSS #LDCoP16

Details include; times of presentation, speaker’s details, Charis Centre access map (front and rear entrances) and detail of how to use social media throughout the day.

To download your copy click on the below image

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There are still a few spaces left and if you know of anyone that would like to attend but have yet to book your tickets you can still do so at:

https://learningdisabilitycop.eventbrite.co.uk

or click on the ticket below:

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We look forward to seeing you all really soon

Have a great day

George Matuska on behalf of

Kent Surrey Sussex Learning Disability Community of Practice
Website :- http://kentlivewell.wordpress.com/
Twitter :- @kandmldcop
email :- learningdisabilitycop@gmail.com

Abstract submission date extended to the 20/05/16 #LDCoP16

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The Kent, Surrey & Sussex Learning Disability Community of Practice is pleased to announce its launch to take place at an inclusive Conference.

The theme for the day will be:

Transition and Innovation on Learning Disability Practice


When: Wednesday the 15th of June 2016

Where:  The Charis Centre, West Green Drive, Crawley, RH11 7EL

What time: 9am until 5pm

The Community of Practice is looking for local people from across Kent, Surrey and Sussex to present local good practice around the theme of Transition and Innovation, and to share their work at the Conference. If you are interested in this either download the below form and return it to learningdisabilitycop@gmail.com before the 13th of May 2016 20th of May 2016 or click on the following link to submit you interest online http://goo.gl/forms/SrESlJtZzd.

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Click on picture to download submission form

To register for a free place, please go to https://learningdisabilitycop.eventbrite.co.uk or click on the ticket below:

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As always the community of practice will be looking to innovative ways of sharing the learning from the day. A twitter hashtag is already set up #ldcop16 so all those who want to join the conversation can.

Have you seen our 1st Guest Reflective Blog

Get Staff in the Door!

There is the risk of 40% of qualified staff retiring within the next 10 years. The predicted rise of the general population by 4% including the number of people with Intellectual Disabilities

How can you succeed in delivering high quality care and face these challenges head on?  Would you like to know more?   Click here to read Heike Guilford’s blog and suggestions.

If you have story or peace of work you want to share here is how :

  • or may be you want to share at the launch of the Kent, Surrey & Sussex Learning Disability Community of practice (click here for details).

All stories are welcome