This year’s Conference was based on how we can all implement reasonable adjustments for people with learning disabilities in our work. The conference participants and the Community of Practice team found each of the presentations insightful, interesting and thought provoking. The audience participation and inclusion generated great debate and key questions for reflective thought. Main focus with regards to barriers to ensuring services and people are well adjusted to meet the needs of these individuals. There were lots of opportunities for networking which allowed all to address some key questions and barriers to ensure services and people are well adjusted to meet the needs of these individuals. Delegates shared personal insights and experiences, while remembering that people with learning disabilities are no less human than anyone else.
All the presentations and and resources from the day are available on the conference page. Please click here
Professor Chris Hatton from The University of Lancaster was guest speaker and he opened the event with the provocative question – “are you well adjusted? “
The event was a great success in showcasing some of the excellent work and initiatives happening across Kent for people with learning disabilities particularly around access to health care and therapies.
Feedback received from the attendees from the day was very positive. We would like to thank you all for your responses; which are invaluable to making next years Conference even more of a success.
Individuals who could not make the conference were able get involved via twitter using the #LDWeek15 and #ldcop15 hashtags. A full transcript of this conversation including photos are available by clicking here.
The day was held during Learning Disability Awareness Week “inclusion” and all participants wanted to mark this by having their support shared via the below photo being shared on Twitter.
For further details on the whole day click on the conference page by clicking here.
Community Learning Disability Nurse