Launch of Co-production Oxfordshire’s ‘Working Together Handbook’.

11 October 2019
Knowing how to do Co-production can be hard so Co-production Oxfordshire have created the Working Together Handbook to help people get it right.

Oxfordshire Learning Disability Mortality Report: A Response

14 August 2018
Read the response from Transforming care and MLMC to the OSAB report on the deaths of Oxfordshire people with a learning disability.

Transforming care, one man at a time!

17 July 2018
MLMC member Paul Scarrott has been working as the co-chair of the Transforming Care Partnership board here is his story.

MLMC member is the newest co-production board permanent member!

4 July 2018
Our member Ben McCay has been appointed as a permanent member of the co-production board of SCIE. Read his account of how he got on…

People with learning disabilities and families are transforming care in Oxfordshire

22 February 2018

Transforming Care is the government’s national programme to improve services for people with learning disabilities and/or autism, who display behaviour that challenges. The aim is to make sure more people are living in the community, with the right support and close to home.

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).

How MLMC is providing jobs for people with learning disabilities

28 December 2016

It’s almost 2017, but despite the proven benefits of having a job, just 6.8% of learning disabled people using social care are in work. (VODG, 2016)

How to do Award-winning Co-production

14 October 2016

On Wednesday night, Pam and Dawn went to the National Advocacy Awards, where My Life My Choice picked up the award for Best Co-Production.

Experts by Experience Induction Day

7 July 2016

Yesterday we met Kim Arnold from Choice Support, who came to give us training so we can take part in Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspections as “experts by experience” – people who have direct experience of using health and social care services.

Being on a NICE Guideline Committee

19 February 2016

Members of My Life My Choice are currently serving on two different NICE Guideline Committees – People with learning disabilities and challenging behaviours: Guide for services and Care and support of older people with learning disabilities – alongside professionals, academics, and family carers. For the next 2 years we will be looking at evidence and answering questions about the two topics.

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