LEADING IN HOUSING, SUPPORT AND RIGHTS FOR PEOPLE WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES

H&SA Publications

In this area of the website you can find a list of H&SA's publications. To order a publication, please send an email to kate.newrick@housingandsupport.org.uk

Reach: Support for living an ordinary life

Reach: Support for living an ordinary life is a resource and set of 11 standards to help ensure people receive, or are moving towards, support for living an ordinary life.

For more information about Reach standards see this page here.

Reach : It’s My Life and Reach : Service Review are available to all H&SA members at a 10% discount. H&SA hopes all of its members will sign up to the principles of Reach. To order a pack please send Order Form for Reach standards.pdf to kate.newrick@housingandsupport.org.uk. Prices are provided on the order form.

No Going Back


This important book is published by the Centre for Welfare Reform, and documents the stories of some of the people who lived and worked at Prudhoe Hospital  - one of the many institutions where people with learning difficulties were incarcerated in the twentieth century.

To order your copy for £10 (including postage and packing), please send Kate an email.

No Going Back: Forgotten Voices from Prudhoe Hospital Keilty Tim & Woodley Kellie, Centre for Welfare Reform, Sheffield, 2013, pp. 104. ISBN 978-1-907790-43-0



Keys to Citizenship


 
H&SA's chair, Simon Duffy, wrote the book Keys to Citizenship to describe how we can achieve citizenship in practice. Although the book focuses on people with learning difficulties it is a framework which applies to all of us. It is one of the most important publications in helping us think about how we support people with learning disabilities to be equal citizens.

The publisher is The Centre for Welfare Reform. Keys to Citizenship © Simon Duffy 2006.

To order your copy for £10 (including postage and packing), please send Kate an email.


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