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Addressing barriers to work for disabled people and those with long term health conditions in Brighton & Hove

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Learning & Work Insitute recently completed a research and consultancy project on addressing barriers to work for disabled people and those with long term health conditions in Brighton & Hove. The project involved identifying the barriers the local disabled residents faced to employment, volunteering and skills development and recommendations on how the council and their…

Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey: Survey of Mental Health and Wellbeing, England, 2014

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The Adult Psychiatric Morbidity survey series has had a huge impact on our understanding of mental illness, substance dependence and suicidal behaviour, and their causes and consequences.  APMS datasets are the only national source of information on rates of treated and untreated mental illness. The key findings of the 2014 report published in September 2016, regarding trends in mental…

Part 1 Webinar recording: Working Carers and a Wider Diversity Agenda

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In this webinar recording made on 28 April 2016, Kelechi Dibie, Carer Training and GP Liaison Officer, Gateshead Carers, and Andrea Johnson, Equality North East, look at how employers can make an organisational commitment to accommodate and welcome carers’ circumstances. How to create a carer friendly workplace for the 21st Century; how to tell whether…

Succeeding at College – Supporting young people with autism

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The recording of the Spring to Equalities webinar by Yola Jacobsen, Head of Projects at Ambitious about Autism on 5 May 2016, entitled: Succeeding at College: Supporting young people with autism to go to college and achieve Fewer than one in four young people with autism access any form of education once they leave school.  Ambitious about…

Support for Young Adult Carers at York College

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Presentation slides from the Spring to Equalities webinar – Young Adult Carers: Improving support in FE which explored the challenges and barriers that young adult carers face in accessing learning. The webinar was delivered by Nicola Aylward, Head of Learning for Young People at Learning and Work Institute, and colleagues: Laura Archer, Central College Nottingham…

Young Adult Carers – improving support in FE

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Presentation slides from the Spring to Equalities webinar –  Young Adult Carers: Improving support in FE which explored the challenges and barriers that young adult carers face in accessing learning. The webinar was delivered by Nicola Aylward, Head of Learning for Young People at Learning and Work Institute, and colleagues: Laura Archer, Central College Nottingham and Jules Dymond,…

Young Adult Carers: Improving support in FE

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This webinar explores the challenges and barriers that young adult carers face in accessing learning. You will hear from young adult carers, further education providers and support services about the support that colleges and other providers can put in place to make a difference to young adult carers’ lives. The session was delivered by Nicola…

Why partnership works for Hackney Community College Mental Health Service

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Presentation slides from the Spring to Equalities webinar on 23 March 2016 in which John and Erica present their work at Hackney Community College, which is nominated for a 2016 TES Award for the support they provide to learners who experience mental health difficulties. You can view the recording of the webinar on MHFE website…

Why partnership works for Hackney Community College Mental Health Service

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Recording of the Spring to Equalities Webinar on 23 March 2016 in which John and Erica present their work at Hackney Community College, which is nominated for a 2016 TES Award for the support they provide to learners who experience mental health difficulties.  View the recording on MHFE website You Tube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q6qiV7S6PmA