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Newspaper and journal articles about Choice Support's work.

15.05.2017 | Dr Thomas Doukas, Community Living Magazine

Community Living publishes Choice Support research findings on quality checking.

11.05.2017 | Steven Rose, Learning Disability Today

Learning Disability Today publishes blog by Choice Support’s Chief Executive.

18.01.2017 | Dr Claire Bates, Louise Terry and Keith Popple

This joint paper just published in the Tizard Learning Disability Review.

13.12.2016 | Dr Claire Bates, British Journal of Learning Disabilities

People with learning disabilities can have difficulties finding love for many reasons.

21.03.2016 | (Journal of Applied Research In Intellectual Disabilities), published for British Institute of Learning Disabilities (BILD)

The aim of this research was to understand the characteristics that adults with intellectual...

30.11.2015 | Dr Claire Bates: Learning Disability Today

Helping men with learning disabilities overcome barriers to keeping healthy.

24.04.2015 | Juli Carson and Sian Hoolahan: Community Living Magazine

How transforming services transformed someone’s life.

14.04.2015 | Steven Rose: SITRA journal

Cutting costs while improving quality and delivering more personalised services is not impossible.

31.03.2014 | Dr Claire Bates: Learning Disability Today

Inequalities that people with learning disabilities experience in primary healthcare settings.

13.10.2013 | Steven Rose: Learning Disability Today

It's time to move away from competitive tendering.

15.08.2013 | Andy McNicholl: Community Care

Choice Support Experts by Experience describe how they are using their own experience of the...

30.05.2013 | Eve Herzov & Sarah Maguire: Learning Disability Today

The importance of seeking opinions, and acting on them.

22.04.2013 | Sian Hoolahan: Community Living

How assistive technology helps people become more independent.

21.03.2013 | Saba Salman: The Guardian

People with experience of services are contributing to Care Quality Commission inspections.

13.01.2013 | Mark Brend: Learning Disability Today

Removing waking night staff from learning disability services in Southwark has improved outcomes.

06.06.2012 | Dr Claire Bates: Learning Disability Today

Helping women with learning disabilities to check for signs of breast cancer.

01.06.2012 | Gary Aldridge: Progress Magazine

What are the features of good services for younger people who may display challenging behaviour?

08.02.2012 | Thomas Doukas: Community Living

23.08.2009 | Steven Rose and Anne Pridmore: Learning Disability Today

Employing staff can lead to increased independence for disabled people.

02.04.2009 | Louise Tickle: Community Care

Choice Support's involvement in the closure of Orchard Hill hospital for people with learning...

08.02.2007 | Graham Hopkins: Community Care

Procedures to prevent abuse.

14.12.2006 | Mark Brend & Dave Jackson: Learning Disability Practice

What are the alternatives to physical restraint for people who challenge services?

13.09.2006 | Linda Jackson: The Guardian

Challenging behaviour in people with autism is usually met with physical restraint and medication.

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15.05.2017 | Dr Thomas Doukas, Community Living Magazine

Community Living publishes Choice Support research findings on quality checking.

11.05.2017 | Steven Rose, Learning Disability Today

Learning Disability Today publishes blog by Choice Support’s Chief Executive.

18.01.2017 | Dr Claire Bates, Louise Terry and Keith Popple

This joint paper just published in the Tizard Learning Disability Review.

13.12.2016 | Dr Claire Bates, British Journal of Learning Disabilities

People with learning disabilities can have difficulties finding love for many reasons.

21.03.2016 | (Journal of Applied Research In Intellectual Disabilities), published for British Institute of Learning Disabilities (BILD)

The aim of this research was to understand the characteristics that adults with intellectual...

30.11.2015 | Dr Claire Bates: Learning Disability Today

Helping men with learning disabilities overcome barriers to keeping healthy.

24.04.2015 | Juli Carson and Sian Hoolahan: Community Living Magazine

How transforming services transformed someone’s life.

14.04.2015 | Steven Rose: SITRA journal

Cutting costs while improving quality and delivering more personalised services is not impossible.

31.03.2014 | Dr Claire Bates: Learning Disability Today

Inequalities that people with learning disabilities experience in primary healthcare settings.

13.10.2013 | Steven Rose: Learning Disability Today

It's time to move away from competitive tendering.

15.08.2013 | Andy McNicholl: Community Care

Choice Support Experts by Experience describe how they are using their own experience of the...

30.05.2013 | Eve Herzov & Sarah Maguire: Learning Disability Today

The importance of seeking opinions, and acting on them.

22.04.2013 | Sian Hoolahan: Community Living

How assistive technology helps people become more independent.

21.03.2013 | Saba Salman: The Guardian

People with experience of services are contributing to Care Quality Commission inspections.

13.01.2013 | Mark Brend: Learning Disability Today

Removing waking night staff from learning disability services in Southwark has improved outcomes.

06.06.2012 | Dr Claire Bates: Learning Disability Today

Helping women with learning disabilities to check for signs of breast cancer.

01.06.2012 | Gary Aldridge: Progress Magazine

What are the features of good services for younger people who may display challenging behaviour?

08.02.2012 | Thomas Doukas: Community Living

23.08.2009 | Steven Rose and Anne Pridmore: Learning Disability Today

Employing staff can lead to increased independence for disabled people.

02.04.2009 | Louise Tickle: Community Care

Choice Support's involvement in the closure of Orchard Hill hospital for people with learning...

08.02.2007 | Graham Hopkins: Community Care

Procedures to prevent abuse.

14.12.2006 | Mark Brend & Dave Jackson: Learning Disability Practice

What are the alternatives to physical restraint for people who challenge services?

13.09.2006 | Linda Jackson: The Guardian

Challenging behaviour in people with autism is usually met with physical restraint and medication.

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