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This guide sets out the most important principles of the law in England which can be used to fight the cuts to services for disabled people and protect human rights.
Visit page | 03/05/11
This paper sets out the case for radical reform of the system of support to older and disabled people, and all those needing on-going support.
Visit page | 28/04/11
Clare Hyde argues that the current criminal justice system is failing communities by drawing resources into damaging and inefficient systems.
Visit page | 12/04/11
This document describes a very different way of maximising independence, seeing it as something that should underpin everything we do.
Visit page | 08/04/11
A summary of effective approaches to Patient and Public Involvement for GP consortia.
Visit page | 21/03/11
This discussion paper describes how the current cuts that target disabled people reflect deep flaws within the welfare system and sets out the case for more fundamental reforms.
Visit page | 04/03/11
Mark Brend describes the history of the closure of the learning disabilities hospitals that were once used to segregate people with learning difficulties.
Visit page | 31/01/11
John O'Brien sets out the basic skills service providers need in order to successfully support people who are at risk of social exclusion or devaluation.
Visit page | 25/01/11
The University of Chester's evaluation of self-directed support for people with mental health problems in Stockport.
Visit page | 24/01/11
Stories of mental health recovery and self-directed support from Hertfordshire
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