Annual Learning Event Closing date approaching
The closing date for the 2018 ACPPLD Annual Learning Event for those requiring accomodation is fast approaching.
URGENT MESSAGE FOR ALL ACPPLD MEMBERS
This is an urgent message for all ACPPLD members. As you should be aware the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force on 25th May 2018 and this affects how the CSP and ACPPLD contact you. The CSP did email all members 3 times in April urging you to update your email contact preferences, however many people have not yet done this. We have realised last week that the result of this is that more than half of our members are now not receiving any messages and emails from us. There is no other way for us to contact you as we no longer have permission to do so.
Royal appointment for ACPPLD
Our ACPPLD chairperson, Dr Jenny Tinkler had a royal appointment at Buckingham Palace yesterday (5th June 2018) for the annual garden party.
Scottish Learning Disability week - 14th to 20th May
Today marks the start of Scotlands Learning Disability week
Postural Care - Making reasonable adjustments
AHP's pledge support for the STOMP Campaign
The use of psychotropic medication to manage mental health disorders and challenging behaviour in people with Intellectual Disabilities has been highlighted as an area for development and strategic review under the Transforming Care Programme (2015). In 2016, following an earlier pledge by a number of different professional groups to bring an end to what was described as inappropriate practices, NHS England launched the STOMP initiative Stopping Over- Medication of People with a Learning Disability, Autism or Both
ACPPLD Annual Learning Event - Applications Open!
The application period for the 2018 ACPPLD Annual Learning Event is now open
CSP Launch Physiotherapy priorities
The CSP have now formally launched the James Lind Alliance (JLA) Physiotherapy priorities after getting good engagement in the project
Treat Me Well Campaign
Mencap has launched a campaign called 'Treat me well' which aims to highlight how simple adjustments can make a huge difference to how people with a Learning Disability are treated in hospital.
Are you an experienced Learning Disability Physiotherapist?
Would you like to participate in some very worthwhile research?
If so, read on to hear more about this exciting opportunity.........