There are many service providers around the UK delivering often innovative services that are making a positive difference to the lives of people with learning disabilities.
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Perseverance and creativity can go a long way
Everyday life can present real challenges for people living with complex learning disabilities, even more so when health conditions such as diabetes come into play. But with determination, creativity and perseverance from providers and staff, service users can achieve their potential and have a good quality of life, as CMG’s chief executive, Peter Kinsey, explains.