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Certitude supports call to improve mandatory training Dec 19

Certitude supports open letter to the Department of Health and Social Care calling for improved training on learning disabilities and autism.​

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Our pop-up shop in the Glades, Bromley is now open! Dec 05

Handmade festive gifts created by people attending our activity centres in Bromley are now on sale at the Glades Shopping Centre.

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8 ways pubs and bars can be more accessible for people with disabilities Feb 01

It’s the end of Dry January and perhaps you’re contemplating a well-deserved trip to the pub. However a lot of venues in the UK don’t accommodate for people who have disabilities. It can be tough to implement changes when you don’t know where to start, but there are simple and effective things that any venue […]

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Let’s help the healthcare profession respect people with learning disabilities Nov 14

John Keaveny is passionate about improving patient care for people with learning disabilities. He is a co-founder of Certitude’s Treat Me Right! programme, training health and social care professionals in learning disability awareness, and was recently awarded a place on the National Learning Disabilities and Autism Leaders List 2018. The Leaders List recognises people with […]

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Let’s help society to become more accessible for people with autism Nov 05

James Morris recently won a place on the Learning Disability and Autism National  Leaders List 2018 for his work advocating for people with autism. The Leaders List recognises that people with autism can help drive change and James has written his top 20 tips to help society to become more accessible for people with autism. […]

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