Honouring the work of disabled people and families to advance inclusion
Authors Tim Keilty and Kellie Woodley write about the forgotten voices from Prudhoe Hospital.
Simon Cramp's biography offers a real insight into a man with learning difficulties who has made a significant difference to social policy in England.
Jan Walmsley and a group of disabled researchers look back at life in Princess Marina Hospital, Northamptonshire in the years before its closure.
A breakdown of the results from the recent Quality Checking Government survey carried out by Learning Disability Alliance England.
Learning Disability England Alliance newspaper highlighting the results of the Quality Checking Government survey and setting out a vision for a good society.
This is a slide presentation of the results of Learning Disability Alliance England's Quality Checking Government survey.
The Centre for Welfare Reform made a submission in April 2019 to the Joint Committee on Human Rights calling for the closure of all ATUs.
An overview of all the Government policies which harm or disadvantage people with learning disabilities in England.
A survey by the Learning Disability Alliance England on the impact of the UK Government on people with learning disabilities.
The Results of Learning Disability Alliance England's Citizen Jury held before the General Election in May 2015.
The People First movement leads the way in self-advocacy today, but there were also earlier developments which should not be forgotten.
Important testimony from those who lived and worked in a long-stay institution for people with learning difficulties.
Mark Brend describes the history of the closure of the learning disabilities hospitals that were once used to segregate people with learning difficulties.