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Inclusion Gloucestershire created their new website to explain their core beliefs, motivations and the services they have to offer. To show local businesses how to become more inclusive and provide accessible training and volunteering opportunities.

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We have an exciting opportunity to join our expanding team as an Expert by Experience (Mental Health) Quality Checker. At Inclusion Gloucestershire an Expert by Experience is a person who has lived experience of mental ill-health and has knowledge and some experience...

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Free PA Training!

Inclusion Gloucestershire funded by Skills for Care are delighted to share with you FREE TRAINING.  If you are a PA or employ PA’s through Direct Payments or privately funded then these training modules are for you.  Check them out on Eventbrite at the links shown to...

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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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It's been a busy couple of days delivering Values and person centred approaches training. Why not join us on our funded courses. Information and booking at Eventbrite Inclusion-Gloucestershire

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Great to be at the West of England Learning Disabilities Collaborative conference today, hearing about how we can make sure people with leaning disabilities and autism can get the best possible health support. Our training got a mention!

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Whilst it is great to read in the @CQC's #stateofcare report that quality of care is generally improving slightly, we still live in a society where people don't get the care they need when they need it, and are in some cases receiving unacceptable care. That needs to change.

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