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Do you get lonely? Are people sometimes horrid to you? Click here to read more
Are you single and looking for love?
Click here for more information on the Channel 4 programme “The Undateables”
See It My Way -
Our fantastic DVD about relationships and sex is available.
Click here to watch a trailer of the DVD
Double Act Disability Theatre are looking for new members
Double Act, Dorset’s only Disability Theatre Company, is looking for new adult members to join them.
If your interested contact them on:
The Accessible Britain Challenge encourages communities to be inclusive and accessible. Poole Forum, Bournemouth People First and Bournemouth YMCA Chatterboxes won the safer neighbourhoods category for their amazing work on Safe Places…..
Click here to take you to a page which gives you all the information about this award along with some great pictures taken from the day.
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Great publicity for Poole Forum!…this really highlights the value of easy read and the difference it can make.
Well done Team……….
Poole Forum are very proud of Lisa Selby for winning the Health Education England Wessex Shine Award 2016.
Lisa was ‘commended’ in the Hearing the Patient Voice in Education and Training category for her work training over 800 staff at Poole Hospital. The judges commended Lisa’s energy and commitment to raising understanding of learning disability to staff at Poole Hospital and making an impact on staff at all levels.
Lisa was also awarded runner up prize for her poster promoting her training which she designed with the help of staff at Poole Forum.
Lisa also won the Poole Forum Self Advocate Award for Outstanding Achievement for her work with the hospital.
Well Done Lisa….
The is now out for public consultation from 3 July to 22 September 2017. It explains how Bournemouth and Poole will work together to provide health and social care services for adults with learning disabilities from 2017 to 2020.