Derbyshire County Council has commissioned the charity Derbyshire Parent Carer Voice from January to mid-February 2018 to consult with: Parent and carers of children with additional needs using residential or foster care, including respite care Parent carers of children with … Continue reading
Hundreds of thousands of disabled and ill people in the UK are being detained unlawfully in care homes and hospitals.
Hundreds of thousands of disabled and ill people in the UK are being detained unlawfully in care homes and hospitals, according to a new report by the Law Commission. Under Article 5 of the Human Rights Convention everyone has a … Continue reading
Ignore the companies advertising letters from Santa that cost money. You can get them for free (well, the cost of a stamp), including in Braille for children who are blind. But why let the magic end there? In a matter … Continue reading
Looks a tad nommmy 🙂 http://nutritionstudies.org/recipes/meal/lentil-nut-loaf-with-sweet-potato/
Further strikes are set for 26 November, 8-9 December, Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve. CrossCountry trains will not run north of York or south of Reading, and services beyond Exeter to South Devon and Cornwall will also be axed. … Continue reading
Your tweets can say a lot about your personality, your sense of humour, and even your mental health, according to a new study. The study, conducted by researchers from the University of Pennsylvania, focused on attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and compared … Continue reading
Do your ADHD symptoms worsen at certain times of the month? Is your thinking a little fuzzier the week before your period? Are you organized and efficient at mid-cycle? Doctors have noted correlations between symptoms of ADHD and hormones, not … Continue reading