Down's syndrome blogs
Breaking the rules
Should learning disability training be mandatory for all MPs?
Seeking justice after a disability hate crime
Scope's new mission
Scope has taken the decision to cease being a provider of social care. It is to focus its efforts on achieving truly levelling social change. All care services are being transferred to other trusted providers over the next few months. Chief Executive Mark Atkinson describes how the organisation will innovate to empower disabled people to reach "everyday equality" while influencing for discriminatory policies, attitudes and structures to be made a thing of the past.
'Beautiful, funny, friendly'
Lessons on entering the world of work
Dieting with Down's
Time for more complex stories about people with Down’s syndrome
Day 88: A sibling manifesto #107days
Why more documentaries like Growing Up Down’s are needed
Cuts biting hard
Dan Parton writes (23rd May 2012) : More grim - but unsurprising - news this week for people with learning disabilities, their families and their carers: 1 in 4 people with learning disabilities now spend less than 1 hour outside of their home each day because of cuts to services, according to Mencap.