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‘The Other One Show’

We’re back with another instalment of ‘The Other One Show’ – a chat show hosted by people with learning disabilities. About this event The Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities and London South Bank University (LSBU) are pleased to present ‘The Other One Show’ – interactive afternoon chat show hosted by people with learning disabilities. Date and time Mon, 9 May 2022, 3:30 – 4:45 PM Event details This time round, we are focusing on ‘Better Commissioning for Better Lives’. Ever wondered why…

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The Other One Show: better commissioning for better lives

We’re back with another instalment of ‘The Other One Show’ – a chat show hosted by people with learning disabilities. About this event The Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities and London South Bank University (LSBU) are pleased to present ‘The Other One Show’ – interactive afternoon chat show hosted by people with learning disabilities. Date and time Mon, 9 May 2022, 3:30 – 4:45 PM Event details This time round, we are focusing on ‘Better Commissioning for Better Lives’. Ever wondered why…

people in different health settings. A baby, a man waiting for a minor surgery and a doctor.

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#whatarewemissing: November 2021 event

Sharing an invite from Ipswich & Suffolk Council for Racial Equality (ISCRE): The event will provide an environment for our community to give honest feedback to the system on health services. Attendees will have the opportunity to share their experiences, their needs from a service and what they would like to see in the future. We will focus on three specific areas of interest and encourage open discussion and co-production conversations. The topics we will be covering are: Diabetes, Cancer and…

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‘Hear me, See Me’ Autism workshop

Autism Bedfordshire are running ‘Hear Me, See Me’ workshops online for people in the East of England. Inequalities and rights accessing healthcare – an online workshop for parents/carers A workshop for carers or parents of autistic adults in the East of England understanding inequalities when accessing health care services. About this event Attendees will discuss: How inequalities impact autistic individuals What reasonable adjustments are What support is available What to do if you are unhappy with how you are able…

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Fairer Access to Health and Leisure Activities

Join Ace Anglia to discuss the accessibility of your local gyms and leisure facilities! When? Friday 11th June. What time? 10:30 – 12:30 How to I join? Please e-mail chewy@aceanglia.com or message 07920 427826. You will then be sent a Zoom link to join the meeting.

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Unequal impact? Coronavirus, disability and access to services: full Report and easy-read summary

Disabled people have suffered a range of profoundly adverse effects from the pandemic, including starkly disproportionate deaths, says a report published by the Women and Equalities Committee. Read the Report: Unequal Impact? Coronavirus, disability and access to services: full Report Easy Read: Unequal impact? Coronavirus, disability and access to services: full Report Watch a British Sign Language explainer video for the Unequal impact? Coronavirus, disability and access to services: full Report Find out more about the inquiry: Unequal impact? Coronavirus,…

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“Nothing Much Has Changed.” Our lives are still not valued as much as yours

Inclsion North have produced an easy-read response to the latest LeDeR (Learning Disabilities Mortality Review Programme) Their Stop ‘People with a Learning Disability Dying Too Young Group’ have written the reply to the 2020 #Leder annual report, with their statement “Nothing Much Has Changed” You can read the response by clicking the download link below.

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