Children need love and support to grow into the best version of themselves and to live lives of meaning and full citizenship.
A personal health budgets network working to ensure that people with long-term health conditions and disabilities have the chance to shape their own lives.
A Fair Society: supported living and personalisation
A presentation given at a conference for the Association for Supported Living and the Campaign for a Fair Society.
Whole System Change: the meaning of personalisation
This presentation was given at the national conference organised by North Lanarkshire Council on Self-Directed Support.
Flexible Funding Routes in Further Education
Fellow Pippa Murray explains the funding routes that will allow for the development of more personalised and flexible education packages for young people.
Citizenship in Further Education
Pippa Murray and Jane Shepherd set out the next steps for extending Personalised Transition into Further Education.
An online magazine campaigning for equal citizenship for people with learning difficulties.
Lives Unlimited: An evaluation of recent peer support projects - and what next?
An evaluation of peer support project run by Lives Unlimited reinforces the value of building on lived experience and strong moral values.
Personalised Transition Briefing
This paper provides a clear account of the Personalised Transition that has transformed the post-school experience for many disabled young people.
Using an Individual Service Fund (ISF)
How one family used an Individual Service Fund (ISF) to improve care and support for their boys with complex needs.
Dying with Dignity
This report explores how personalisation could transform end of life care. It outlines the approaches necessary to avoid the current high levels of undue hospitalisation.
Hands Off It's My Home Toolkit
A toolkit for auditing support to people with learning disabilities and developing an outcomes-based action plan for citizenship.
Advancing Inclusive Education for an Inclusive Society
Reflections on a journey in Latin America in Spring 2011 where the authors examine different experiences of inclusion.