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Monthly Archives: October 2015

Why is person-centred care important?

  • 01 Oct 2015

Person-centred care is a high priority. Making sure that people are involved in and central to their care is now recognised... Continue Reading

Person-centred care is a way of thinking

Person-centred care is a way of thinking and doing things that sees the people using health and social services as equal partners... Continue Reading

Person-centred planning

What national minimum standards say Standard 1.1 states that the adult placement should support the person to live independently, to express... Continue Reading

Person‑centred care

Person‑centred care Is guidance that offers best practice on providing Person‑centred care and improving the experience of people who use adult... Continue Reading

Chester Link Fundraising

Chester Link has not historically carried out any fundraising activities, in the firm belief that disabled people should receive funding appropriate... Continue Reading

Why Chester Link works

So why does Chester Link works and what are it’s aims is a question we’re asked a lot. Chester Link was... Continue Reading

Housing for adults with learning disabilities

Housing for adults with learning disabilities can be a minefield but we can offer an easy, trusted solution. We offer a... Continue Reading

The Learning Disability Alliance

The Learning Disability Alliance England has worked with the National Forum of People with Learning Disabilities and the National Valuing Families... Continue Reading

Tenants with learning difficulties face prejudice and lack of suitable housing

Private landlords are reluctant to offer accommodation to learning disabled people, but social housing is also scarce A lack of social... Continue Reading

Person centred planning is key for people with learning disabilities to be supported properly

Molly Mattingly, Head of Learning Disability Programmes responds to the CQC report showing that people with learning disabilities are often not... Continue Reading