1 edition of FAIR guide to Edinburgh for people with learning disabilities found in the catalog.
FAIR guide to Edinburgh for people with learning disabilities
British Institute of Learning Disabilities – National charity committed to improving the quality of life for the million people in the UK with a learning disability. Scope – Charity that supports disabled people (particularly those with cerebral palsy), and their families. Learning Disability jobs in Edinburgh. Sort by: relevance - date. Working on a shift basis you will provide a variety of practical and emotional support to people with learning disabilities and autism in their own home and Edinburgh & West Lothian, 39 hours per week, £26, per annum The Best in You Brings Out the Best in Me ENABLE.
Occupational therapy for people with learning disabilities: a practical guide. Type Book Author(s) Jane Goodman, Jenni Hurst, Christine Locke Date Publisher Churchill Livingstone Elsevier Pub place Edinburgh ISBN ISBN , Preview. This item appears on. List: OCTH Factors. Parents and carers of children with disabilities in the City of Edinburgh has members. A group set up by the City of Edinburgh Council to share.
We are committed to supporting students who have disabilities, health conditions, specific learning difficulties or mental health conditions. We offer disability awareness training to all our staff, and the Student Disability Service runs workshops and events that promote wellbeing, raise awareness and reduce stigma. Occupational therapy for people with learning disabilities: a practical guide. Add to My Bookmarks Export citation. Type Book Author(s) Goodman, Jane, Hurst, Jenni, Locke, Christine Date c Publisher Churchill Livingstone Pub place Edinburgh ISBN ISBN This item appears on. List: OT Assessing Occupational.
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FAIR (Family Advice and Information Resource) is an information and advice service for people with learning disabilities and carers in Edinburgh. We are an independent charity, set up in by parents and carers. We are not part of any other organisation.
The advice we give is free, and anything you tell us will be kept private. FAIR has produced a range of free information guides for people with learning disabilities, carers and professionals in Edinburgh. PLEASE NOTE - We are in the process of reviewing and updating our information guides so some of the currently available versions might not be up to date.
Wednesday Club - social club for adults with disabilities in FAIR guide to Edinburgh for people with learning disabilities book North West of Edinburgh. Wheels and Sticks, Arts and Social Club Gilmerton Community Centre, 4 Drum Street, Edinburgh, EH17 8QG Email: [email protected] Arts and social club for people with physical disabilities who like to get out of the house and meet.
FAIR (Family Advice and Information Resource) is an information and advice service for people with learning disabilities, parents, carers and people who work with them in Edinburgh. Many people contributed to this booklet. We would particularly like to recognise: George Burrows.
Oliver Lawson, City of Edinburgh Council. Etta Proudfoot and Tracy Lazenby-Paterson, Learning Disabilities Service, NHS Lothian. Joanne Barrie, NHS Forth Valley. Focus group participants.
Illustrations by Paul Mudie, FAIR Ltd. Copies available from:File Size: KB. Health Publications. FAIR Multimedia publishes a range of health materials specifically designed for people with learning disabilities.
We publish booklets on topics such as smoking, keeping clean, looking after your teeth, a series on cancer and a series on eating well and staying fit.
People with Learning Disabilities in Scotland: Health Needs Assessment Report. This report, commissioned by NHS Health Scotland, is an update of the Health Needs Assessment report.
The original Health Needs Assessment report set out research evidence regarding the health needs of people with learning Size: KB. The barter project creates artwork made by people with learning disability, as an alternative form of currency to trade in return for goods, services or new experiences.
This amazing hiking boot was created by the Friday barter workshop participants for the benefit of a rambling or walking society in Midlothian. system you can get advice on how to respond to people with learning disabilities by going to the chapter that deals with your responsibilities (see Chapters ).
You can get general information on people with learning disabilities (and those with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD)) and File Size: KB. Edinburgh, for contributing photos. Disability Partnership 12 Case studies on food and health activities with people with learning disabilities 14 Case Study: Garvald Edinburgh 14 Case Study: Lanark Lodge 16 Conclusion 17 Where to get more information training and learning disability.
food, training and learning Size: KB. We want to hear you views on our outline learning disability strategic commissioning plan – the full plan and an easy read version can be found in the related section below.
You will be able to tell us what you think until 17 September There is a need for a thorough understanding and analysis of the housing needs of people with learning disabilities and this understanding should be grounded in the analysis of housing needs of people with learning disability contained within, and evidenced by, local authority local housing strategies (LHS).
Promoting access to healthcare for people with a learning disability – a guide for frontline NHS staff 2 People with a learning disability are more likely than the rest of the population to have an impairment to communication and therefore require special consideration.
Central to access is the necessity for good communication. This document. Scotland's largest and most prestigious antiquarian book fair, the Edinburgh Book Fair is a major event in the calendars of collectors, librarians, specialists, and bookdealers around the UK.
This year over 45 booksellers from around the UK and further afield will be exhibiting. These books and leaflets use colour pictures making it easier for people with learning disabilities to understand an important message.
They are designed to help them explore their feelings and feel able to talk about a difficult event such as going to the doctors or having a cervical screening test. We work extensively with people who have learning and physical disabilities (LLDD). We also work with people who have mental health or other related needs.
These courses are not advertised generally but are designed especially for pre-existing groups. Last year we supported learners with learning and physical disabilities.
Watchman K. & Strydon A. Learning disabilities and dementia: Alzheimer's Society Factsheet Due to be updated Kerr B, Cunningham C., Martin S. & Watchman K. () Telecare and learning disability: using telecare effectively in the support of people with learning disabilities, Edinburgh: Dementia Services Development Centre/Scottish Government Joint Improvement Team.
We run a range of courses for adults with learning disabilities. Find out more about us, read student stories and view videos of student performances. Our course guide is available on our 'About the Centre for Learning Disabilities Education' page.
Cyrenians Good Food - A pictorial recipe book: for people who have difficulty reading a standard text based recipe (Cyrenians ) The FAIR Cookbook: recipes for people with learning disabilities (Family Advice and Information Resource ) Cook your own takeaway: how to cook curries, pizzas and snacks (NHS Fife ).
The Camphill Movement. Camphill is an international movement. It was founded in at Kirkton House near Aberdeen by a group of pioneers led by Austrian pediatrician, Karl underlying principles of Camphill were derived from the concepts of education and social life as outlined by Rudolf Steiner.
Today there are over communities worldwide, in more than 23 countries. You can look at our Going out page for people with learning disabilities to find out more. Or check what's happening locally on our Events page.
There are many activities and venues which offer concession prices or free entry for carers of people with learning disabilities.Learning Disability in Edinburgh (Results 1 - 20 of 35) Switch to Map. FAIR is an Edinburgh based information and advice service for people with learning disabilities, learning disabilities people support, older people people support, families support.
,Support for people with a learning disability Accessibility Skip to Edinburgh Learning Disability Plan. Find out about supporting adults with learning disabilities in your own home. Living with a Shared Lives Carer. Find out about moving to live with a carer in their own home.