The road to an inclusive society: an international perspective
How to get the most out of your sensory room
Have NHS efforts to reduce over medicating been successful?
In 2016, the UK government launched a groundbreaking drive to reduce the use of psychotropic drugs for people with autism and learning disabilities. But recent figures show that while prescribing rates for antipsychotics have fallen since the campaign’s launch, antidepressants, hypnotics, and stimulants have all risen.
Why child to parent violence is an overlooked challenge
Passion or obsession?
"I’d be astonished if we saw progress": Sir Stephen Bubb on the future of transforming care
"Dementia affects everyone differently": Q&A with Karen Watchman
Interview: 'Oliver McGowan's name should be given to autism and learning disability training'
Your rights: Deprivation of Liberty Safeguard (DoLS) authorisations
Spotting a forced marriage
Take care when you deliver a diagnosis
Navigating the power imbalances you may witness as a carer
Experts by experience programme shaping support work at Eden Futures
Removing disability-based defences to ensure equality before the law: a blessing or a curse?
Most countries have signed up to a UN principle that disability-based legal defences are infantalising and contravene the human right to equal treatment. However, people often end up 'detained for treatment' rather than detained in prison anyway. What should be done? Experts from the Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law discuss.