Making a difference together toolkit has been shortlisted for an award in two separate categories, Learning disability nursing and also in the category Nursing in the community.
I am delighted to tell you that the Making a Difference Together: Developing a Toolkit to Promote Equality of Healthcare for People with a Learning Disability developed Keele by University in collaboration with Asist has been shortlisted in the Learning Disabilities Nursing category.
Thanks to everyone who was involved in the kits development!
Cathy Jones will be appearing live on BBC Midlands today this evening as part of the Inside Out programme.
Join Mary Rhodes for Inside Out West Midlands – Mondays –BBC ONE at 7.30pm
They call it Mate Crime. The victims, usually people with learning disabilities, suffer abuse, theft and assaults by people they think of as their friends. Some have even been murdered. Even though it affects about a million of Britain’s most vulnerable people, some police forces only receive a handful of complaints each year. We’ve been investigating what’s being done to tackle the problem with Nikki Reid from Rugby who’s vulnerable sister was murdered.
Dove asked Reach to organise a review meeting for Reach Members to talk about experiences of loss and of working with Dove.