You may be aware that the Kent and Medway Learning Disability Community of Practice (K&MLDCoP) is three years old this year and during the last six months has been reviewing its goals and aspirations.
It’s model up to this point has been to enable and encourage local membership to contribute to activities based around the three main purposes, those of:-
- Eradicate health inequalities for people with learning disabilities
- To promote person centred care and support
- To encourage equality and access.
This has led to three well attended and evaluated conferences, engagement via social media and IT, and a growing number of clinical and academic projects.
As a result of a review over the last few months, the K&MLDCoP has been considering ways of building on its firm foundations, which has led to a successful bid for…
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