CTRs - what they are and why they matter.

18 October 2019
Out Power Up Officer Ed explains what happens in CTRs and why they are important.

Give Blood to save Lives

3 August 2018
My Life My Choice member Paul Scarrott tells us about his experiences giving blood and why he thinks everyone else should do the same.

An open letter to the Chief Executive of Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust

30 March 2018

Here is an open letter from the MLMC trustees to Dr Nick Broughton, following the HSE sentencing at Oxford Crown Court earlier this week.

Catch up with our stories on the QCS website

5 January 2018

You might be wondering why we've been so quiet on here - it's because we've also been blogging for Quality Compliance Systems (QCS).

What went right for Paul?

24 August 2017

Recently, MLMC trustee Paul Scarrott went into hospital to have his gall bladder removed. Paul was very nervous before going into hospital, but he was very pleased with the service he got.

Meeting The New Providers of Learning Disability Services in Oxfordshire

30 March 2017

Following pressure from campaigners (including My Life My Choice) Southern Health NHS Trust will no longer be running services for people with learning disabilities in Oxfordshire.

What are Care and Treatment Reviews?

23 January 2017

We’ve been helping NHS England with Care and Treatment Reviews for a couple of years, so thought it was time to tell you what they are all about.

Engaging people in Transforming Care in Oxfordshire

11 October 2016

On Friday we put on an event with Oxfordshire Family Support Network (OxFSN), Autism Oxford, and Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group (OCCG) to inform people about what’s happening to services and gather their views on how to make things better.

How are we Transforming Care in Oxfordshire?

25 May 2016

On Monday we held a workshop about the Oxfordshire Transforming Care Plan for people with learning disabilities and family carers.

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