Monthly Archives: March 2014

Grief, the Life Raft….and this is what it feels like

I had a fab day on Sunday with the Life Raft. It wasn’t our usual get together. This one was a special one. We all went to Malmaison in Oxford, for lunch to celebrate Becca’s birthday. All arranged and paid … Continue reading

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Uses & Abuses: The Mental Capacity Act & Families

The Mental Capacity Act (MCA) seems to have taken over my thoughts a lot of late. For the last couple of weeks I’ve been putting together a guide for Families for Dimensions.  It’s cropped up with lots of families I’ve … Continue reading

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Openness, Honesty, Respect and Valuing People: What “good” can look like

This last week has been one of stark contrasts for me. The report into Connor’s death and subsequent commentary on it has seen my twitter feed alight with anger and condemnation and rightly so. #justiceforLB has been buzzing. The power … Continue reading

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