New Freephone support service for family carers of people with learning disabilities - England

The Family Carer Support Service (FCSS) is now offering a Freephone service for family carers of people with learning disabilities.

The support service, which is run by Hft – the learning disabilities charity, will offer free telephone support, including from mobiles, between 8.30am and 4.30pm weekd

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Rough sleepers in the UK with disabilities. Do the big charities like NAS, Mencap, YoungMinds and Scope follow them onto the streets to offer support?

Rough sleepers in the UK with disabilities. Do the big charities like NAS, Mencap, YoungMinds and Scope follow them onto the streets to offer support?

Peter Limbrick writes: I would like to gather and disseminate information about support available in the UK to disabled rough sleepers. I am aware of organisations that support rough sleepers, but is there also help available from the 'disability' charities?

In these times of deepening austerity mor

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Scientific reasons for taking a precautionary approach to radiation from wi-fi, mobile phones, iPads, etc

Scientific reasons for taking a precautionary approach to radiation from wi-fi, mobile phones, iPads, etc

Peter Limbrick writes: Three papers below alert us to health dangers from long-term exposure including brain tumours, cancers, heart problems, anxiety and psychological problems. The counter message, supported by the telecoms industry, is that we can expose foetuses, babies, school kids and the rest

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