Video and notes from our conference by Luke Clements.
Click below for the full video recording of the conference, divided into 4 parts.Watch Video
If you would like to see the video of the conference broken down into specifically headed sections, please contact us to let us knowDownload Notes Part 1 Download Notes Part 2 Download Notes Part 3 Download Notes Part 4
Where to start when you're beginning to consider residential homes for your son/daughter.Download pdf
Suggested questions for looking at various Residential Home situations.Download pdf
It outlines how Kith & Kids operates as a self-support group for families with one or more members who have a disability, describing the various projects it runs: – Advocacy Scheme – Friendship Scheme – Social Development Project – Holiday Activities (Summer Camp and Half-term Activities)
Kith & Kids has developed a comprehensive basic training programme for all its volunteers (up to 400 per year) consisting of experiential workshops supported by training materials as well as team-building and trust-building activities. This manual contains training materials used in these training workshops.
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You can download the manual for free. It's split into four sections, just download the ones you want!
Over the years we have used numerous methods for training and to help our volunteers and staff with the demands and challenges of ensuring the needs of our members are met. This pack includes ideas for workshops, and the associated materials, which we have found to be helpful to us. Please feel free to download it for your own useDownload Pack
This manual was produced to support volunteers on the citizen advocacy project. It is an additional resource for them to refer to after initial training. While ideas and suggestions are given in the manual, we recognise that each situation that may arise for someone with learning disabilities is unique. We encourage our volunteers to seek support and to share ideas throughout their advocacy partnership.Download Manual