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BILD'S Hong Kong Hospital Authority students visit comes to an end 

The Hong Kong Hospital Authority nurses observational training placement at BILD came to an end last week. The students' visit lasted for four weeks and was designed to help them learn more about learning disability care in England.

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Calderstone House

'People with learning disabilities should not have to call a hospital home'

18 December: Care Quality Commission report into Calderstone’s NHS trust is sharp reminder why urgent action is needed.

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Want to know how PBS looks when in practice in people's lives? 

Interviews with leading practitioners in the field of positive behaviour support.

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Implementing Positive Behaviour Support across a service 

This case study shows how, following a BILD review, the Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust is implementing Positive Behaviour Support across the service. 

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John Williams

'We were told we would be bankrupt in six months – we have lasted 54 years'

15 December: John Williams, founder of the charity Fitzroy and speaker at this years' BILD annual conference, on the charities slow, frustrating journey changing the face of social care services for people with learning disabilities 

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Autism, happiness and wellbeing 

An interview with Sarah Hendrickx about the issues around autism and wellbeing - made at the 2014 Good Autism Practice Conference in Birmingham. 

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The 2014 National Learning Disabilities Show and Awards 

Showcasing the 2014 National Learning Disabilities Show and Awards hosted by BILD and Care Talk magazine. After a day exhibition there was a fantastic night that celebrated great practice in support of people with learning disabilities. 

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A human rights perspective

A human rights perspective on reducing restrictive practices in intellectual disability and autism

This book explores the importance of human rights legislation and ethical decision making on reducing the use or restrictive practices when supporting people with an intellectual disability and people with autism.

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GAP: autism, happiness and wellbeing

The book focuses on promoting happiness and wellbeing and features papers from people with autism, family members and professionals.

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