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Remembering and celebrating the lives of people with learning disabilities through the pandemic

About the event On Friday 25th June, 1pm to 2pm, Suffolk and Norfolk NHS Foundation Trust are holding an online event called: Remembering and celebrating the lives of people with learning disabilities through the pandemic. The event will be a … Read Article about Remembering and celebrating the lives of people with learning disabilities through the pandemic

SEN Support for Pupils with Communication and Interaction or Social, Emotional and Mental Health Needs

SENDIASS is offering a free, informal online session for parents and carers spotlighting on what is known as the ‘graduated cycle’ of SEN support and how this works for pupils with communication and interaction and/or social, emotional and mental … Read Article about SEN Support for Pupils with Communication and Interaction or Social, Emotional and Mental Health Needs

Suffolk People First: How are we doing, what’s next, what do we need?

About the event Ace Anglia is hosting the next Suffolk People First Online is on Friday 21st May 2021. The theme for this meeting will be: How are we doing, what's next , what do we need? We will talk about our hopes, anxieties, wishes, … Read Article about Suffolk People First: How are we doing, what’s next, what do we need?

SENDIASS Session: Drafting and finalising an Education, Health and Care (EHC) plan and how families are involved

Drafting and Finalising an EHC Plan SENDIASS is offering an informal online session for parents and carersexploring the process of drafting and finalising an Education, Health andCare (EHC) plan. The session aims to help parents and carers who … Read Article about SENDIASS Session: Drafting and finalising an Education, Health and Care (EHC) plan and how families are involved

Supporting the contraceptive choices of people with learning disabilities

Join the Supported Loving Campaign on 19th May for an online session to explore how adults with learning disabilities are supported to make, and be involved in, decisions about their contraception. About the sessioon Jodie Rawles is a PhD … Read Article about Supporting the contraceptive choices of people with learning disabilities

New easy read guide to the right to accessible information!

About the easy read guide The British Institute of Human Rights have launched a new easy read resource on the right to accessible information! The guide is for anyone who is interested in the right to accessible information.  Read the guide … Read Article about New easy read guide to the right to accessible information!

What sessions can you come to in May at Ace Anglia’s Talk Health and Wellbeing?

Talk Health and Wellbeing Virtual online meetings every Wednesday at 2:00PM Wednesday 5th May 2021: Cancer with the cancer care navigators and  the Macmillan Cancer Information and Support Centre Manager at Ipswich Hospital. Wednesday … Read Article about What sessions can you come to in May at Ace Anglia’s Talk Health and Wellbeing?

The Future of Lived Experience: a conference hosted by the Institute of Community Reporters

Everyone has a story to tell – we know this wholeheartedly, but right now, it also feels like everyone is asking for our stories and there is a risk of storytelling fatigue setting in. How do we ensure that people who share their lived experiences … Read Article about The Future of Lived Experience: a conference hosted by the Institute of Community Reporters

Free workshops for parents and carers to support the emotional wellbeing of young people

Free online workshops are being held in April and May to help parents and carers support the mental health of the children they care for.  The workshops, provided by NSFT's psychology in schools team have helped over 1800 people since the first … Read Article about Free workshops for parents and carers to support the emotional wellbeing of young people

‘How to’ Zoom presentations

Waveney based organisation The Voice Cloud have been awarded funding by East Suffolk Council as part of their Hidden Needs programme to run a series of unique interactive 'How To' sessions. ‘Connections’ comprises twelve monthly bespoke Zoom … Read Article about ‘How to’ Zoom presentations

New rules from the 12 April

Members of the Suffolk Learning Disability Partnership have made some easy-read information about stage 2 of the easing of lockdown, explaining changes to guidance from the 12 April. You can download by clicking the link below, or you can click … Read Article about New rules from the 12 April

Supporting people with everyday technology

Social care staff need to be ready to help people they support and their families to make choices about using technology to stay connected and contribute to their communities, especially while social distancing restrictions are in place. Using … Read Article about Supporting people with everyday technology

NHS Complaint Standards: Summary of expectations

The NHS Complaint Standards set out how organisations providing NHS services should approach complaint handling. They apply to NHS organisations in England and independent healthcare providers who deliver NHS-funded care. The Standards are … Read Article about NHS Complaint Standards: Summary of expectations