Research shows us that regular engagement in physical activity has substantial health (both physical and mental) benefits for Disabled people. Sadly, Disabled people are nowhere near as likely to be as active as non-disabled people.
This webinar aims to raise the profile and understanding of what good personalised care and support looks like for people from Black, Asian and ethnic minority communities.
These illustrated stories take a look at some of the situations different families find themselves in and explore how a whole family approach is the most effective way to implement personalised care.
Personalisation policy in the lives of people with learning disabilities: a call to focus on how people build their lives relationally
This research article draws on a study exploring how people with learning disabilities in England and Scotland are responding to the everyday realities of personalisation.
This report from the TLAP Insight Group aims to identify what worked well, and to highlight areas that people found difficult, both generally and in relation to social care during the first phase of the coronavirus pandemic, seen through the lens of personalisation.