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Supported Loving shortlisted for 3rd Sector Care Award

We are delighted that our Supported Loving campaign has been shortlisted for a 3rd Sector Care Awards Technology Award.

Supported Loving is a social media campaign which aims to:

  • highlight the importance of good support in helping people with learning disabilities develop and maintain loving relationships
  • identify what constitutes good and poor support in relationships.

You can join the Supported Loving Network, a network of organisations inspired by the campaign who are sharing their ideas and good practice.

Or you can follow the discussions on Twitter and Facebook.

The 3rd Sector Care Award winners will be announced at a ceremony on 6th December at the London Marriott Hotel.  If you would like to attend the ceremony, book your tickets here.  

Contact Dr Claire Bates for more about the Supported Loving Campaign.

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