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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.

  • 2 March 2011
    Organisation that works in partnership with people with learning disabilities of all ages and family carers to challenge discrimination and to develop...
  • 2 March 2011
    Posture and Mobility Group (PMG) was created to advance and disseminate knowledge about the posture and mobility needs of people with disabilities.
  • 2 March 2011
    The Changing Places Consortium has launched its campaign on behalf of those people who cannot use standard accessible toilets.This includes people with...
  • 2 March 2011
    The Challenging Behaviour Foundation wants to see children and adults with severe learning disabilities, who are described as having challenging...
  • 2 March 2011
    Down’s Syndrome Scotland works to improve the quality of life for everyone in Scotland with Down’s syndrome and their families.
  • 2 March 2011
    Capability works with disabled people of all ages and their families and carers throughout Scotland.  In addition to providing a range of modern,...
  • 2 March 2011
    Provide a range of useful information on supporting people with dementia including people with learning disability and dementia.
  • 2 March 2011
    Area of DH website covering learning disabilities.
  • 2 March 2011
    ENABLE Scotland is a charity run by its members for children and adults with learning disabilities and support them and their families to live, work and...
  • 2 March 2011
    Scope is a charity that supports disabled people and their families with a focus on cerebral palsy.
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