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Learning Disabilities physiotherapy useful websites

Detailed below are a range of websites that group members and those interested in physiotherapy for people with learning disabilities may find useful.

The ACPPLD executive committee have included these  weblinks on our site in good faith and in the belief they will be of interest and benefit to members. Their inclusion does not however indicate that the ACPPLD endorse all content on these sites.

  • 29 December 2017
    This is a useful site for physios who have children (mainly girls) on their caseload with Retts Syndrome. It offers excellent support to carers and...
  • 29 December 2017 is a free tool to create exercise programmes for people with injuries and disabilities. It is an Australian based website
  • 29 December 2017 is for rehab professionals such as physiotherapists, occupational therapists, athletic trainers, chiropractors, orthopedic doctors, to create...
  • 29 December 2017
    The Care and Support Jargon Buster is a plain English guide to the most commonly used health and social care words and phrases and what they mean. The...
  • 29 December 2017
    This website gives useful information about the range of disability grants available and how to apply for them
  • 29 December 2017
    This website from Sheffield teaching hospitals contains a large number of easy read patient information leaflets
  • 29 December 2017
    This website from Surrey Health Action allows you to create your own easy read appointment letters
  • 28 December 2017
    Organisation that works in partnership with people with learning disabilities of all ages and family carers to challenge discrimination and to develop and...
  • 28 December 2017
    'easy on the i' is the information design service within the Learning Disability Service at Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. We specialise...
  • 26 December 2017
    This website has been developed as part of a communication for health project in Fife, Scotland which aimed to promote the use of accessible...
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