The Benefits of Hiring People with Autism – an article by Joe Thomas, July 2016
In the UK there are more than 700,000 individuals living with autism, however, less than 15% of these people are in full-time employment. This is a dispiriting figure when you consider the many skills and talents peopl
The Equality and Human Rights Commission UK tells us what we need to know
They say: ‘If you are a worker concerned that your employer is committing breaches of equality and human rights law, you can report your concerns to us.
If the information you provide meets certain criteria, you m
Press release from The Disabled Children’s Partnership - a coalition of over 80 charities campaigning for disabled children, young people and their families:-
‘Our research has exposed the disproportionate negative impact of the pandemic on those we support. Half of parents are concerned
Do you work in a supportive role?
Are you required to offer emotional support to others, discuss sensitive issues or have difficult conversations?
Relate can help you to develop useful counselling skills, interview management techniques and enable positive change. Successful completion of this c
News from The European Association of Service providers for Persons with Disabilities (EASPD)
The proposal for a European Child Guarantee was published by the European Commission (yesterday).
The initiative recommends that Member States establish National Plans to improve access to key quality ser
Questions raised over use of do-not-resuscitate notices
From TFN website: 'A leading disabled organisation has called for a probe into the disproportionate number of disabled people who have died from covid.
'National statistics show that 4,333 people who were classed as disabled had died from coron
This video from Center for Inclusive Policy clarifies what the disability inclusive healthcare should cover and why.
Center for Inclusive Policy here.