Monthly Archives: April 2014

How things could have been… and the FLOAT that sank!

Following on from my previous post… As you may have surmised I was pretty annoyed about the fact we were being made to feel pressured to work with Southern Health and help them to “turn things round”… and that we … Continue reading

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Dinosaurs & Elephants in the room

I’ve been a parent/carer member of the Learning Disability Partnership Board in Oxfordshire for almost ten years. G was 14 when I joined and he’ll be 24 next month. I’ve always loved LDPB. It’s always felt we were working in … Continue reading

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Listening to Families

I’ve just got back from a meeting with families in Wales. It’s very late – and I’m meant to be unwinding, going to bed, getting ready for a break to Cornwall… but I want to get this down now. The … Continue reading

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