Learning Disability

Learning Disability

Disabled people need to be better informed about Covid-19

LEADING disability charities are challenging the Government over significant concerns about the accessibility of public health information in relation to coronavirus, and the risk this poses to disabled people and the nation.

Bosses urged to give workers with learning disabilities a chance

As COVID-19 has forced businesses to change where and how they work this year, the UK's leading learning disability charity Mencap is now calling on employers to think differently about who they employ.

Luv2meetU . . . new friendship service launches

A NEW friendship and dating service for people with learning disabilities is up and running in Flintshire.

New £62m funding makes real Sense

THE Government’s decision to give £62 million towards helping to discharge people with learning disabilities or autism into the community has been welcomed by national disability charity Sense.

Actors all set for some Hijinx in China

DISABLED actors from Wales are to take centre stage in China next year as part of a growing cultural and arts partnership between the two countries.

Please help my sister, says Jo Whiley

Broadcaster JO WHILEY asks readers to support Mencap’s fight to protect the vital sleep-in service for adults with a learning disability

Aintree’s a sure-fire winner, say these new jockeys

THEY might not be getting the ‘leg up’ for the Grand National, but for a group of horse-loving people with learning disabilities and autism the thrill of a spin around the Aintree parade ring was the next best thing!

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