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How a short-term reablement pilot service is encouraging people with learning disabilities to become more independent and use more community-based and natural supports. Ruth Gorman, chief executive of Imagine, Act and Succeed, tells the story. Sometimes, great ideas and change can begin with a conversation. This was certainly the case with a pilot programme for a different model of social care service that learning disability charity Imagine, Act and Succeed (IAS) has been implementing with Oldham Council. The kernel of the idea came from a chat I had with Paul Cassidy, adult services director at Oldham Council. We were discussing


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