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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.

  • 30 December 2011
    Everyone in health and social services will support people who have learning disabilities. A new website has been developed to provide access to quality...
  • 30 December 2011
    This website has been developned by the Scottish Consortium for Learning Disabilities (SCLD) in conjunction with NHS Education for Scotland. The website...
  • 17 October 2011
    Able Radio is a live, on-line, radio station presenting shows at the heart of the disabled community. As the first live station of its kind, our remit is...
  • 10 October 2011
    This website provides some easy read leaflets and video's which may be useful for clients with Learning Disabilities
  • 28 July 2011
    This is a new web resource developed with staff, support providers, service users and carers by NHS Health Scotland in partnership with the Mental Welfare...
  • 13 July 2011
    UPDATE is Scotlands disability Information website
  • 19 May 2011
    Senmove is dedicated to ensuring that students with special educational needs (SEN) have access to the highest quality learning opportunities. Senmove is...
  • 19 May 2011
    Social networking and communication site for people with learning disabilities.
  • 2 March 2011
    Paths for All is a partnership of more than twenty national organisations committed to promoting walking for health and the development of multi-use...
  • 2 March 2011
    Scottish charity that provides support for people with profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD), their family and paid carers.
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