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  • Raising the bar – PMLD conference

    Choice Support jointly organises conference for people with profound learning disabilities.
  • A Big Meet about living well

    Our Rights Group (ORG) have just hosted a successful conference all about healthy lives.
  • All you need is love

    Sam Sly believes that love is the central key to citizenship, something we all have a right to.
  • Check it out

    Helping women with learning disabilities to check for signs of breast cancer.
  • Communication research for health care providers

    Choice Support is assisting research to communicate health care.
  • Dying for change

    Inequalities that people with learning disabilities experience in primary healthcare settings.
  • Dying for things to change

    This article in LD Today asks about the extent of the inequalities that people with learning disabilities face in primary healthcare settings.
  • Fighting fit and living well

    Boxercise proved very popular at our latest Living Well Workshop which this time took place at the Life Centre in Sale, Greater Manchester.
  • First Living Well Workshop

    The First successful Living Well Workshop was organised jointly by our Involvement and Learning & Development team in Wakefield on 18th February.
  • Free workshops available in Newcastle

    Choice Support have sponsored Monkfish Productions CIC to deliver a series of Josephine and Jack workshops starting in April.
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Raising the Bar, National PMLD conference

20.11.2018
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The importance of romantic love to people with learning disabilities

30.10.2018
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Awesome parents deserve recognition

26.07.2018
Our Chief Executive Sarah Maguire joined a room full of truly awesome parents at the BAPs SEND...
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Celebrating the NHS at 70

20.07.2018
Expert by Experience attends the NHS 70th anniversary celebrations
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Choice Support staff contribute chapters in new book

02.07.2018
The new edition of Sexuality & Learning Disabilities is now published
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