Salary: £81,000 p.a. plus car allowance £3,180 p.a. Closing date: 30/04/2014
Real Life Options (RLO) is close to completing a two-year project on the supportive role of personal technology.
VODG Members Advance and KeyRing, are to merge this month - April 2014.
'Making banking easier' guide for people with a learning disability and other financially excluded groups
A new report predicts the future of care-giving, in light of evolving consumer trends and technology. Report author, Ruth Marvel of Scope, explains more.
Implementing the Care Act & embedding a culture of safeguarding - 26th June 2014 Holiday Inn Bloomsbury, London
Warmest congratulations to this year's Skills for Care, Accolades Awards, 'Winner of Winners,' VODG member The Westminster Society for people with learning disabilities.
Office Based – Westminster, London. £41,754 - £47,342 pa (Including London Weighting).
Avenues Group is holding its annual Golf Challenge to raise money for projects that will make a difference to the lives of people facing significant disadvantage through disability or illness.
Paul Snell, chief executive of Walsingham, blogs about the need to support people to be more closely connected to their community
After 40 years of leading United Response, founding the charity and steering it from modest beginnings into a multi-award-winning top 100 charity ...
A manager has been chosen from 150 Dimensions staff members who support people with learning disabilities and autism to share her expertise in Australia
Includes music from Mozart and Liszt. Tickets cost £18.00, 50% of which will go to Respond
John Adams blogs about a new charter for social care providers
London based youth forum for blind young people unveils the country’s first ever manifesto, highlighting the realities blind young people face around employment, education, transport and diagnosis support.
Presentations from the VODG members’ meeting held on 27 February are now available
This is a 'must come to event' for CEOs, MDs and HR Directors whose businesses face the real challenge of filling the talent gap.
A pioneering new online service launched by charity Vibrance, will make it easier for adults and children with disabilities to link up with essential services at a click of a button.
It should be far easier for individuals who need support to find the right PA
Scope invites submissions of interest - Deadline: 10 March 2014
Parliament has passed the lobbying bill, John Tizard believes that charities could muster some vigour and resolution to have the bill withdrawn.
The commitment, which consists of five aims, outlines the charity’s dedication to reducing the social isolation often experienced by people with disabilities.
A strategic approach by commissioners and providers is more cost-efficient, creates stronger relationships and improves outcomes for disabled people, says John Adams
Eve Kuhr Hersov has over 30 years professional experience working with diverse populations including older people, individuals with mental health issues, autism, substance abuse, and learning disabilities.