From their website: In Africa (Zimbabwe), The Templer Foundation has provided financial and practical support to existing programs that support disabled and terminally ill people, primarily lepers, amputees and AIDS orphans. We’ve provided and continue to provide prosthetic supplies and financial su
This statutory guidance from the Department for Education is for English local authorities on their duties pursuant to section 2 of the Childcare Act 2016 and sections 6, 7, 7A, 9A, 12 and 13 of the Childcare Act 2006. Local authorities must have regard to this guidance when seeking to discharge tho
Video from New Zealand
“ - You really have to deal with the joined-up nature of the problems."
Liz Weaver from the Tamarack Institute shares her wisdom in this one-hour session for anyone interested in shared measurement within a Collective Impact initiative.
By PAMIS in Scotland as part of Learning Disability Week (14-20 May 2018)
The report highlights that sickness associated with poor quality health care imposes additional expenditure on families and health systems
Poor quality health services are holding back progress on improving health in countries at all income levels, according to a new joint report by the OECD,
Disrupted Childhood: the Cost of Persuasive Design looks at the question of persuasive design in the technology sector from the point of view of children.
The report makes 24 recommendations. It calls on the technology industry to make seismic changes to the design of products and
Hannah Pimble writes: We have just launched four books about employment and volunteering designed specifically to support people with learning disabilities and autism in moving towards work.
The project has been funded by the Department for Work and Pensions and has directly involved over 200 people
The new report Building Digital Confidence shows how digital skills training makes a significant difference to the daily lives of parents/carers and their ability to support their disabled children.
More than 600 parents and carers have received training through a Digital Skills Programme