Life in lockdown and beyond

By: Chate, Kate.
Contributor(s): McCay, Ben | Charlesworth, Patricia | Keagan-Bull, Richard | Lovell, Chelsea.
Series: Community Living 34 (4) Summer 2021: 10. 2021Subject(s): Learning Disability England | British Institute for Human Rights | Turning Point, UK | INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | SELF ADVOCACY | COVID-19 | TECHNOLOGY | HUMAN RIGHTS | HEALTH STATUS | UNITED KINGDOMOnline resources: click to access NHS report Learning from Lives and Deaths Summary: Notes that Learning Disability England has been at the forefront of self advocacy throughout lockdown. Self advocates Ben McCay, Patricia Charlesworth, Richard Keagan-Bull and Chelsea Lovell discuss what they have learned over lockdown and how it has enhanced their lives. Reports also on LDE working in partnership with the British Institute for Human Rights to and Turning Point to protest against DNR (do not resuscitate) notices issued for people with intellectual disabilities.
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Notes that Learning Disability England has been at the forefront of self advocacy throughout lockdown. Self advocates Ben McCay, Patricia Charlesworth, Richard Keagan-Bull and Chelsea Lovell discuss what they have learned over lockdown and how it has enhanced their lives. Reports also on LDE working in partnership with the British Institute for Human Rights to
and Turning Point to protest against DNR (do not resuscitate) notices issued for people with intellectual disabilities.

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