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An apprenticeship means learning on the job, at any age. Apprenticeships are not just for young people. In the health and socialRead more.
Transitions in Social Care Training
Face to face delivery has always been the preferred delivery model in social care for very good reasons. To teachRead more.
Our Campaign: Prevention Through Education
Our social care services flex and bend under the weight of increasing care demands. More people need care and theirRead more.
3SpiritUK Complaints Policy
3SpiritUK Complaints Policy Version: 1Read more.
Autism & Friendship
I have been mulling over what to say in this blog for a few weeks now. If ever there wasRead more.
Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA)
It is an honour to be invited to become a member of the Royal Society of Arts (RSA). The RSARead more.
Andy Rotherham’s Autism Blog – The Gifts of Autism
For this edition of my blog I will be exploring and explaining the ‘gift’ side of Autism. This is somethingRead more.
Life in High Definition (CBD Oil & Autism)
Background CBD oil (Cannabidiol) is a derivative of the Cannabis plant. There are two types of CBD, with or withoutRead more.
Why We Need to Support Practitioners In Best Practice In Hospital Discharges
The headlines on hospital discharge make for depressing reading. Prolonged stays in hospital are associated with worse health outcomes andRead more.
Positive Risk Taking – Trish O’Hara
Most of the choices that people make in life naturally involve some element of risk. Avoiding risks altogether can limitRead more.
Whose Responsibility is It? – Risk Reduction and Dementia (Bartle and Behrens)
Whilst attending a Dementia Partnership Board Meeting (our first in this area) to review their priorities, prevention was discussed. ARead more.
Mental Health Awareness Week #MAW2017 – Read Sarah’s Story
Mental Health takes many forms and affects us in many ways, and it doesn’t discriminate between race, religion, colour orRead more.