Ageing Family Careres Experiences of Future Planning for their Adult Family Members with an Intellectual Disability living at Home in Ireland
Today, the majority of ageing adults with an intellectual disability in Ireland are being cared for by their ageing family members at home.
Without doubt, this changing profile points to the many issues for service planning as it
Differing Abilities, Unstoppable & differently able
UNSTOPPABLE: No need for comment with this video
... there is an opportunity for each of us to learn from same !
Flip the narrative
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When her daughter Ella was seven years old, she lost her eyes, and it meant Elly had to look again at everything. Ella taught her to #flipthenarrative around how we 'see' people like Ella. That every human is diverse, and that although we are all different, we are the same. We are one.
It's vital that we change the whole conversation from a deficit to a positive and in doing so, change the world – to become again a place of shared difference, diversity and understanding - that our strength lies within this not in our fears or misunderstandings.
Screen Skills Ireland - Skills Needs Analysis Survey
Skills Ireland - Skills Needs Analysis Survey
As part of my research to understanding and developing a 'best-in-class' approach to movement and personal mobility I am reviewing a number of approaches and am looking to get some feedback on same. For the next 10 days to 25th April 2020, I will investigate what constitutes an acceptable Core Workout for Seniors. I will then look to issues around 'walking '.
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