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Speech and Language research priorities for LD
The Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (RCSLT) have recently launched their ‘top 10 priorities’ for research in Learning Disabilities. Some of these overlap with Physiotherapy so we thought members may be interested to see them
Queens Birthday Honour for Learning Disability Physiotherapist
We are delighted to announce that Learning Disability Physiotherapist, Christine Hughes has been awarded a British Empire Medal (BEM) in the Queens birthday honour list
ACPPLD Annual Learning Event 2019
Don't forget about the 2019 ACPPLD Annual Learning Event which will be taking place on 16th and 17th September in Glasgow. Applications are being accepted now and the closing date is 5th August.
ACPPLD Membership changes
As you may have already seen in our recent Newsletter, there have been some recent changes to the ACPPLD Membership categories. Following a review of the Governance processes for its Professional Networks, the CSP has decided that we can open up membership to non-CSP members.
New Mencap video - watch and share
Check out this new video from Mencap’s Treat me well campaign. It’s all about how we can make sure people with profound and multiple learning disabilities get the best possible care when they’re in hospital.
ACPPLD Newsletter May 2019
Specialist Learning Disability Job opportunities
There are currently 3 Specialist Learning Disability band 7 jobs advertised on CSP website and in Frontline magazine. Learning Disabilities is an interesting, challenging but rewarding area of Physiotherapy to work in so if you fancy a change of job have a look.
Applications are now OPEN for the 2019 ACPPLD Annual Learning Event
The 2019 ACPPLD Annual Learning Event will be held in Clydebank, near Glasgow on the 16th and 17th September.
NICE Guideline - Adults with Cerebral Palsy
NICE has published its guideline on the care and support needs of adults with cerebral palsy.
It aims to help local and regional services provide consistent clear pathways of clinical and social care and sets out what’s needed to tackle the variation that exists in the provision of specific services for adults with cerebral palsy.