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Legal resources from the Challenging Behaviour Foundation

The legal resources directory from the Challenging Behaviour Foundation is a series of practical resources designed to help you get the information you need about the law and rights, covering a range of topics. The resources cover things such as: … Read Article about Legal resources from the Challenging Behaviour Foundation

19 July guidance on protecting people who are clinically extremely vulnerable from COVID-19

The government has issued new guidance for anyone who has been identified as clinically extremely vulnerable from COVID-19. This guidance comes into effect on 19 July 2021 Who this guidance is for This guidance is for everyone in England who … Read Article about 19 July guidance on protecting people who are clinically extremely vulnerable from COVID-19

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

Unpaid carers urged to register for their COVID-19 vaccination appointment

In line with national guidance, appointments for COVID-19 vaccinations are now being offered to eligible, unpaid carers in Suffolk and north east Essex within priority cohort 6. Eligible unpaid carers are identified by the Joint Committee for … Read Article about Unpaid carers urged to register for their COVID-19 vaccination appointment

A poster about having a lateral flow test for Covid

https://www.keepsafe.org.uk/ have made an accessible poster to help explain lateral flow tests for COVID-19. You can download the poster by clicking the blue download button below. Alternatively you can click here: … Read Article about A poster about having a lateral flow test for Covid

COVID-19: All people on learning disabilities registers to be invited for vaccine

All people on the learning disability register with their GP will be invited for Covid vaccine. This change is happening following updated advice from the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI). The learning disability … Read Article about COVID-19: All people on learning disabilities registers to be invited for vaccine

What the government is saying: helpful Covid-19 resources from LD England

On 4 January 2021, the government announced a new national lockdown. Everyone is being told to stay at home. Please see the links below to the latest guidance. Thank you to Learning Disability England for sharing. You can read the new … Read Article about What the government is saying: helpful Covid-19 resources from LD England

Rules for Christmas Day: an easy-read guide

Norfolk County Council have made an easy-read letter to help people understand the rules around keeping safe at Christmas. The Government brought in new rules on Saturday which means that the guidance has changed in order to keep people safe. You … Read Article about Rules for Christmas Day: an easy-read guide

Christmas Bubbles: 23 to 27 December

The latest in the Message Cascaders infographics series provides a summary of the Christmas Bubbles rules that will be in place between 23 and 27 December. The translated pdf versions will be added to the other translated information that can be … Read Article about Christmas Bubbles: 23 to 27 December

COVID-19 Guidance: Making a Christmas bubble with friends and family

Click the blue download button below to view or download an easy-read guide to making a Christmas bubble. This document was made by the Government. Alternatively you can click this download link: … Read Article about COVID-19 Guidance: Making a Christmas bubble with friends and family

Coronavirus (COVID-19): guidance for people receiving direct payments

Advice for people who buy care and support through a direct payment, as well as local authorities, clinical commissioning groups and those who provide care and support. … Read Article about Coronavirus (COVID-19): guidance for people receiving direct payments