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Inclusion in the Community

Inclusion in the Community

CHANGE has been asked by the Department of Health to look at improving people's lives as they move from hospital back to the community.
Parenting Projects

Parenting Projects

We created a range of easy read books to support parents with learning disabilities. These books are now used by parents and professionals across the UK.
Sex Education for Adults with Disabilities

Sex Education for Adults with Disabilities

The SEAD project was a long-term, Europe-wide sex education programme for adults with disabilities. CHANGE acted as partner in the development of a toolkit to be used in educating people with learning disabilities about sex and relationships. 
NHS Learning Disability Quality Checkers

NHS Learning Disability Quality Checkers

CHANGE is working in partnership with Leeds University and NHS England to create a set of user-led quality checking toolkits for people with learning disabilities to check the quality of care in mainstream health services. 
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Don't Shut Me Out!

Funded by Comic Relief, Don’t Shut Me Out! is a project focussed on inclusion of people with learning disabilities within campaigning organisations working around issues that disproportionately affect their lives.
Health and Care Strategic Partner Programme

Health and Care Strategic Partner Programme

Since 2013 CHANGE has been a part of the Health and Care Strategic Partner Programme, working in partnership with the Department of Health, NHS England and Public Health England.

 

Widening Digital Participation Pathfinders

Widening Digital Participation Pathfinders

CHANGE is doing research on the digital gap for people with learning disabilities in accessing health information online. This program is funded by NHS England, working in partnership with the Tinder Foundation.
Easy Read in the Criminal Justice System

Easy Read in the Criminal Justice System

CHANGE is working with St. Giles Trust to pilot an easy-read champion programme in two local prisons. Prisoners are being trained by CHANGE to make easy read information. This project is funded by the National Offender Management Service.
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