in the community blogs
Why can't people with learning disabilities have meaningful careers too?
A testing time for learning disability services
Celebrating the key workers who happen to have learning disabilities
Emergency planning for family carers has never been more important
How should we think about post-pandemic grief support for people with a learning disability?
Staying socially connected in old age: "If I lose those friends as a whole, I wonder exactly what would happen to me"
Why learning disability campaigning makes business sense
Will all survive the storm? Coronavirus and the fight for the rights of people with learning disabilities
Mother Teresa once said, ‘Human rights are not a privilege conferred by government. They are every human being’s entitlement by virtue of his [her] humanity.’ Yet ever since COVID-19 reached the UK, it has seemed as if the rights of disabled people - and in particular those of people with a learning disability - have been at risk.
"I wanted to play sport but could never fit in"
Transport budget cuts render education inaccessible for autistic young people
School and college transport can mean the difference between autistic young people getting the education and training they need and parents facing an impossible juggling act trying to balance work with the school run. Here we speak to parents planning a judicial review of one council’s decision to slash its transport budget.