Providing palliative care for people who are homeless; attempting to break down barriers. Good practice for any country

Introduction to an article on the website of Palliative Care Australia by Heather Wiseman - dated 7 October 2016:

Katrina Recoche was a palliative care nurse when she first became interested in homelessness about 20 years ago. Now a senior

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Radical approach for parents with learning disabilities developed with Bristol researchers

Radical approach for parents with learning disabilities developed with Bristol researchers

 

Researchers from the University of Bristol (UK) have contributed to the development of a radical new approach to supporting parents with learning disabilities. Working with Impetus the Brighton and Hove charity helping vulnerable adults who are dealing with loneliness and isolation, they helped pu

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Who is in need and desperate on your patch? Be a Caring Activist, find out, join with others and do something about it. My country or yours

Who is in need and desperate on your patch? Be a Caring Activist, find out, join with others and do something about it. My country or yours

Peter Limbrick writes: Austerity measures leave thousands of vulnerable and disabled adults, children and elderly people without effective support as they face such dire circumstances as loss of income, eviction from home or a long and lonely old age.

There are teenagers with a learning disabi

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From Best Practices to Breakthrough Impacts – new report from Center on the Developing Child (US) - ‘too many children are left behind’

From Best Practices to Breakthrough Impacts – new report from Center on the Developing Child (US) - ‘too many children are left behind’

From their website:

‘Experiences in the earliest years of life form the foundation of brain architecture, for better or for worse. Learning, behavior, and health across the lifespan are all built on that foundation. We know today’s best programs and practices can help support child development, b

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