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Supported Loving toolkit

The Supported Loving network has produced a series of guides to help support people with learning disabilities and autistic people with issues around sex and relationships. Supported Loving is a human rights-based campaign, with associated network meetings, hosted by Choice Support. The network includes people with learning disabilities and/or autistic people, family members, and professionals from varied disciplines and sectors including social care, the NHS, sexual health professionals, trainers and educators, academics, students and psychologists. The Supported Loving toolkit has…

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Oral Health Workbook

This oral health toolkit has been developed by Leading Lives and Community Dental Services to help people manage their own oral health. We hope it will support people with learning disabilities in a range of settings. The toolkit covers key information about oral health and diet with a quiz at the end of each section. Leading Lives and Community Dental Services are both employee owned social enterprises, committed to reducing health inequalities in our communities. Link not showing? You can…

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Supporting people to use technology: an introduction to a new toolkit

A webinar from Learning Disability England: Covid-19 has made us realise how important technology is, but how can support workers help people with learning disabilities access tech? About this event During the pandemic many of us have realized the importance of being able to use technologies such as Smartphones, tablets, WhatsApp and Zoom in order to be able to keep connected with our friends and family and stay mentally well. For support workers, helping people with learning disabilities to use…


Co-production Project Planner

A resource to support co-production projects to happen effectively. Thanks to https://www.iriss.org.uk/ for sharing this resource. Co-production is a process that creates change. It is a way of working with, rather than doing to, people and communities to achieve better outcomes.   A co-production project sees people who access support as assets and builds on people’s existing capabilities. In addition, it breaks down the barriers between people who use services and professionals. Co-production projects are planned, developed and delivered by…

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