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Support #StopSleepInCrisis

Government changes to 'sleep-in' payments are threatening to take away vital support from thousands of disabled people. 

The care sector has been landed with a massive £400 million bill and many providers now face bankruptcy. This could mean the end of social care as we know it. 

Please help us to #StopSleepInCrisis by urging the Government to fix this problem, which they have created.

The future care of the most vulnerable people in our society must be protected.

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Our vision statements

Housing - what we think

People with a learning disability have a right to live independently in the community
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Employment - what we think

People with a learning disability have a right to work 
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Health - what we think

People with a learning disability have a right to the best possible health
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Early years - what we think

Children with a learning disability have a right to be supported to live full and independent lives
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Friendships - what we think

People with a learning disability have a right to develop friendships 
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Relationships and sex - what we think

People with a learning disability have a right to develop relationships
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