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The database is the hub of the CASH service. The content can be added, searched and exported to create personalised alerting services for library customers.  There are a number of newsfeeds that can be embedded into external CAS website pages keeping them constantly updated with the latest content.

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  • Search for the first three words in the title e.g. "Five year forward" will find everything about the Five Year Forward View
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Ordinary and unique lives for adults with a learning disability and /or autism: a six steps approach

Source
Oxford Brookes University
Year of publication
2020
Abstract
Over the last 20 years, the NHS and councils have seen several policy and legislative changes aimed at supporting and improving the lives of people with a learning disability and/or autism through the promotion of rights, empowerment, prevention, choice and control and independence. But, despite these initiatives, incidents of abuse and ill-treatment in residential settings and examples of health inequalities for people with a learning disability and/or autism remain. We also know that gaps in both universal and early help provision can exacerbate the need for more costly crisis or specialist provision for a person who could have benefitted from more timely and proportional behavioural support.
Date added
02/10/2020
Created by
Meara Brooks
Published by
Current Awareness Service for Health