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Opening a can of worms?

LDT publishes Dr Claire Bates’ blog challenging ingrained cultural barriers to love and sex.

Most adults (married or not) share a bed with their partner. Choice Support’s Quality Analyst and founder of Supported Loving, Dr Claire Bates, writes a blog on findings from her recent social media poll which asked why so few people with learning disabilities sleep with a partner.

You can read Dr Bates’ blog published by Learning Disability Today - We have opened the Valentine's can of worms - have you?

Join the Supported Loving network here or contact Dr Claire Bates for more information about Supported Loving.

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