By PAMIS in Scotland as part of Learning Disability Week (14-20 May 2018)
There are at least 49,000 children with life-limiting conditions across the UK, with this number set to rise. Meanwhile funding is failing to keep pace.
The charity’s new strategy for 2018-2023, called “Together for the 49,000+”, focuses on achieving positive change for babies, children and
Being a teenager is pretty difficult at times. There’s a lot going on in the brain and endless decisions to make.
A teenager’s brain is full of important issues and choices; issues about school or college, friendships, relationships, socialising… the list goes on. But being a teenager with a
Publisher: In the 21st century, corporations have worked their way into government and, as they become increasingly more powerful, arguments about their involvement with public health have become increasingly black and white. With corporations at the center of public health and environmental issues,
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
From the Cerebra website: The booklet combines what we know from research with parents’ personal experiences.
The family activities within the booklet have been shown to be important for supporting the well-being of children with learning disabilities.
There are four chapters in the booklet, and par
My Brain and Me is a unique project to share stories of encephalitis. The first six films from the series are at the website: https://www.encephalitis.info/Pages/Category/my-brain-and-me
As part of our My Brain and Me project, Alison shares her story of encephalitis. Alison was a little girl
Every day we take on the ordinary, sometimes challenging, tasks of work, school, parenting, relationships, and managing our busy lives.
How do we navigate these tasks successfully? What can send us off course?
This new 5-minute video explores the development and use of core capabilities—known