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Senior Administrator for Finance

We are looking for a Senior Administrator for Finance Inclusion Gloucestershire believes that everyone has gifts, ambitions, aspirations and strengths.  Sometimes, people with disabilities or mental ill health experience barriers, setbacks and challenges which hinder...

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Big Health Check Day 2019!

11th Big Health Check and Social Care Open Day - Wednesday  22nd May 2019,  9.30am – 3pm - Oxstalls Sports Park, Gloucester A celebratory event of information sharing and improving access to health and well-being support  for people with learning disabilities and...

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Gloucestershire County Council and over 50 voluntary community social enterprise (VCSE), public and private sector partners from across the county have joined together and won £3.2million funding to help the county's most vulnerable adults into work, training or...

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We’ve been working on an exciting project in conjunction with Gloucestershire County Council and the Clinical Commissioning Group, travelling around the six districts and talking to people about their experiences with services for Learning Disabilities and/or Autism...

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#YourVoiceMatters Roadshow!

Do you...   • Have a learning disability? • Have autism? • Work with or support people who have learning disabilities or autism? • Care for someone with a learning disability or autism?   Come along and have your say at one of the Roadshow drop-ins   For Roadshow...

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There is a listening event about the Personal Independence Paymet (PIP) process planned for people with Autism and their carers on Monday 3rd June. 2pm to 5pm at Shire Hall. Why not go along and have your voice heard? ... See MoreSee Less

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We were heartbroken to watch the Panorama programme on Whorlton Hall. For such behaviour by staff to happen once is appalling. For it to happen repeatedly amidst a culture of a total lack of care is terrifying and inexcusable.

We exist to give a voice to the brilliant individuals like those in Whorlton Hall who don’t always have their voices heard.

We quality check care providers to ensure that people, including those with PMLD, are happy, safe, respected, well supported and healthy in their homes.

We provide support and opportunities in the community to try to ensure that individuals can remain an active and valued member of the community rather than being in hospital.

And we can’t believe that 8 years on from Winterbourne, people with learning disabilities and autism are being so badly let down by those who are meant to care.
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Check out our series of films focusing on mental I'll health on our YouTube channel. #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek

What's the beef with McDonald's paper straws?

When I graduated with a 1st class masters degree in maths & 2 Paralympic gold medals on my CV, I applied to every grad scheme under the sun but only got through to 1 interview.

Was it this hard to find a job for every grad or was it because I disclosed my disability? #WorkWithMe

If you missed us talking about online disability hate crime on the radio this morning, you can have a listen here (at 1 hour and 8 minutes)

Our brilliant Inclusion Administrator Sammy, and Chief Exec Vicci will be on Radio Gloucestershire’s breakfast programme in the morning discussing online hate crime. Have a listen at 7 and 8am!...

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