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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…

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Talk Tech 3

Talk Tech 3 Online is here! Can using technology to include and involve people lead to better outcomes for everyone? About this event The theme of the day is: Can using technology to include and involve people lead to better outcomes for everyone? Who is the target audience? People with Learning Disabilities Family Carers Professional and Practitioners Providers Over the course of the last year we have all learnt how advances in technology have enabled us all to connect with…

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Online Session: Early Years to School Transition

SENDIASS is offering a free, informal online session for parents and carers in Suffolk to support you and your child with the transition from an early year’s setting to primary school.  This session was coproduced with parents and carers and will be supported by a member of the Early Years and Childcare team.  The session will be split in two parts, focussing on children with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND) after the short break.  You can leave after the…

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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 mixture of singing, readings, prayers and memories. If you want to remember anyone who lost their lives during the pandemic please email the persons first name and the town they lived in to: stevose3@gmail.com Their passing doesn’t have to be…

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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 health difficulties.  This session will be supported by a lead specialist teacher from the County Inclusion Support Service in Suffolk (CISS).  The session will explore:  The key principles of SEN support and whole class approaches;  The 4 stages of the graduated…

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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 student in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Cambridge. She is part of the Wellcome-funded initiative, ‘Mental Health and Justice’, which explores how we can both protect people in contexts where they may be vulnerable and respect their agency…

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Do Not Resuscitate? DNACPR & people with learning disabilities

An event part of the PCPLD Network webinar series About this Event The Covid-19 pandemic has exposed huge problems with the way Do Not Attempt Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (DNACPR) decisions are made, understood and communicated with people with learning disabilities and their families and carers. There have been reports of unlawful blanket decision-making and of DNACPR orders noted without discussion with the people involved. In this webinar, we will focus on some of the questions that have been raised over the…

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Support my Right to Love (within the law)

An event from Supported Loving / Choice Support About this event A practical overview of the main legal issues individuals may face in supporting sex and/or relationships in social care. The event will split into two sessions over two consecutive days. Tuesday 2nd March – 10am -1pm Wednesday 3rd March – 10am- 1pm Despite being an online event it will be fully interactive – there will plenty of space for small group discussions and questions Dr Claire Bates is the…

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Supporting people with learning disabilities in Bereavement webinar

An event part of the PCPLD Network webinar series. PCPLD stands for Palliative Care for People with Learning Disabilities. You can find out more here about PCPLD here: https://www.pcpld.org/about-us/ About this Event With Baroness Sheila Hollins, Professor Irene Tuffrey-Wijne, Gemma Allen and Dr Jed Jerwood. It is being held on 9 February 2021, 12:30-1:30. You can register for the webinar by clicking this link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/supporting-people-with-learning-disabilities-in-bereavement-webinar-tickets-131875919425

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Suffolk People First Online

About this event The next Suffolk People First Online is on Friday 4th December 2020. The theme for this meeting will be relationships. The quarterly held events bring together the People First Groups from across Suffolk, family carers, self-advocates and health & social care professionals. The events aim to: Work in co-production with delegates on implementing the Suffolk Learning Disability Strategy 2015-20 Bring people together Provide opportunities for people to talk directly to the Learning Disability Partnership Board Provide opportunities…

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Thank You for Coming to the Strategy Refresh Co-Production Event

Strategy Refresh Co-Production Event On Tuesday 8th September 2020 we hosted an initial online co-production event to begin to work on the Suffolk Learning’s Disability Strategy Refresh 2020. We had 50 people in attendance including Advocates, Heath and Social Care Professionals, Family Carers and Self-Advocates. We would like to thank everyone who came. We had great feedback and ideas that came out of our breakout sessions and look forward to continuing co-producing the strategy refresh with everyone. Suffolk Learning’s Disability…

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Personalising digital tools for people with learning disabilities. An online event from The King’s Fund

Supporting individuals with learning disabilities to access the care for their needs comes with a number of challenges. But could we finally put the people using services at the heart of planning and delivery with the use of technology? Join The King’s Fund for this free online event on the 8th October to discuss concrete examples of innovative digital solutions and to consider how technology can help with personalising care for people with learning disabilities. At this event, we will hear from…

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