AWLD

(redirected from Adults with Learning Disabilities)
AcronymDefinition
AWLDAdults with Learning Disabilities
AWLDAlcoholics Without Liver Disease
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The hub offers a combined housing support and care-at-home service for adults with learning disabilities and inspectors rated it "very good" for care, support, management and leadership - the second best of six possible ratings.
Escc scene setting day for the tender for supported living care services provision for working age adults with learning disabilities at warwick house and steyne road schemes location: Sovereign harbour yacht club, 3 harbour quay, Eastbourne bn23 5qf date: Tuesday 4.6.2019 time: 10:00 a.m.
CRG Homecare Stockton provides home care to older adults living with dementia, young adults with physical or mental difficulties, and young adults with learning disabilities and autism.
"Young adults with learning disabilities want to go to bars and have a drink, like everyone else does.
Having opportunities like this to do voluntary work is so important to adults with learning disabilities. Everyone can contribute to society given the opportunity and our clients set an example to others.
The project by the Cynllun Cymunedol Arfon Day Service is a response to the needs of adults with learning disabilities who are showing early signs of dementia and is a joint initiative between Gwynedd Council and three care providers: the Council's Provider Service, Antur Waunfawr and Menter Fachwen.
Some of the classes, facilities and opportunities are specifically available at the hall to help adults with learning disabilities with key skills, arts, drama, activities of daily living and communication skills.
The other finalists are Sense Scotland, the charity who support deafblind children and adults, and Windmills Cafe in Motherwell, who provide practical training for young adults with learning disabilities.
I READ in the Birmingham Mail report 'Victory in home fight' (July 12) that a couple wished to use their home for autistic adults and adults with learning disabilities (whom, may I add, are not delinquent) so that they would be able to live in a homely environment rather than to be institutionalised in a care home.
The majority of GVA staff visited Alderman Bowen Centre in Bordesley Green, a day centre providing community activities and care for adults with learning disabilities and spent seven hours revamping the communal areas of the building through painting, cleaning and general maintenance work.
A CLUB for adults with learning disabilities could be left without a home in their 50th year.
This document, "Learning to Achieve: A Professional's Guide to Educating Adults With Learning Disabilities," is both a companion guide to the training and a stand-alone resource for professionals who work with adults with LD and have not taken the training.