Today, the government published an update on the 'Six Lives' report and despite recommendations, showed it is yet to set up a national body to monitor and investigate the deaths of people with a learning disability. This weak response is hugely disappointing, and shows the government does not place equal value on the lives of people with learning disability. Share this post and share…
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+ PATS DEBATE – the WRAG – a ticket to nowhere
December 9th, 2012
ESA WRAG is a ticket to nowhere.
CarerWatch hope that Employment Support Allowance (ESA) will be put fully under the microscope for the first time in Pat's Debate.
In particular that speakers will look at the Work Related Activity…Read More