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18.01.2017 | Claire Bates, Louise Terry and Keith Popple

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

13.12.2016

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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18.01.2017 | Claire Bates, Louise Terry and Keith Popple

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

13.12.2016

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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