Learning disabilities news and awards

RDaSH Senior Support Worker Marie Rhodes (left) and Community Learning Disability Nurse Louise Burnell (right). ‘Mate crime’ initiative launched to help protect vulnerable people

A team of Scunthorpe health staff have launched a project to help protect vulnerable adults online. The Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust (RDaSH) North Lincolnshire Community Learning... Continue reading ‘Mate crime’ initiative launched to help protect vulnerable people

Doncaster Learning Disability Services support Text Santa

Service users and staff in our Doncaster Learning Disability Day Services supported Christmas Jumper Day to raise funds for the Text Santa Appeal.... Continue reading Doncaster Learning Disability Services support Text Santa

Pictured occupational therapy support workers Hayley Smith (left) and Neil Wriglesworth (right) with their display at Emerald Lodge Rehabilitation Service in Bentley, Doncaster. Trust celebrates Occupational Therapy Week

NHS staff at a Balby-based Trust who help people to live better and more fulfilling lives have been celebrating their profession during National Occupational Therapy Week (2 to 8 November).... Continue reading Trust celebrates Occupational Therapy Week

Halloween fun in Balby

Witches, ghouls and a werewolf all made an appearance in Balby, as part of Halloween celebrations at Doncaster’s learning disabilities day services. Staff and service users at the services, which... Continue reading Halloween fun in Balby

september trust matters cover September 2015 edition of Trust Matters out now!

The September 2015 edition of Trust Matters is now available to download by following this link or clicking on the image below.  ... Continue reading September 2015 edition of Trust Matters out now!

Feedback scheme gets funding boost

A scheme to give local people with a learning disability greater say in the health services they receive has been given the green light thanks to a £6,900 funding boost.... Continue reading Feedback scheme gets funding boost