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Exploring the necessary underpinnings for a system of personalised support that is consistent with supporting capacity.
Visit page | 14th October 2014
Establishing a national association to connect and support self-advocates and families carrying out quality checks on services.
Re-imagining the welfare state for the 21st Century - universal rights, combined with greater control and flexibility.
Visit page | 5th July 2011
Demanding a fairer society and welfare system for all - especially those most disadvantaged.
Visit page | 3rd February 2011
Calculating the degree to which the UK Government has targeted disabled people and those in poverty for cuts.
Visit page | 5th January 2011
Promoting dignity and independent living for older people by strengthening family resilience and developing personalised healthcare.
Visit page | 3rd June 2011
The Centre for Welfare Reform ran its first day for Fellows in Sheffield in September 2012. It was a fun and stimulating day.
Visit page | 19th September 2012
Improving health and healthcare by supporting awareness of the values of active citizens and stronger communities.
Visit page | 28th October 2010
Sharing models of innovative support that enable service providers to work in a more personalised way.
Exploring how to help people, especially those are risk of institutionalisation, gain access to ordinary housing options.
Visit page | 1st October 2013
Support to develop a new campaigning body, Learning Disability Alliance England (LDA England) to advocate for the rights of people with learning disabilities.
Visit page | 1st August 2014
Safeguarding and promoting the full citizenship of people with learning disabilities by learning from our history and looking to the future.
Visit page | 1st December 2015
Research and support in the development of the People Focussed Group in Doncaster as a hub for peers support.
Leading practitioners explore the lessons of person centred planning and how best to avoid its corruption.
Visit page | 1st September 2013
Clarifying the reforms that could be carried out in mental health services to advance personalisation.
Reforming education and support for disabled children so that they and their families achieve full citizenship.
Restoring simplicity and equity to the process of setting personal budgets for disabled people using social care.
Analysis of Australia's National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and alternative proposals to promote citizenship and community.
Spartacus is a network of sick & disabled people who use social media to highlight the impact of the UK Government's 'reforms' and cuts.
Visit page | 24th February 2014
Understanding the innovative work of WomenCentre in Calderdale and Kirklees and the factors blocking innovation.
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