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.

Shedding our shells on the Camino de Santiago

15 November 2016

My Life My Choice Inspections Coordinator Chris Alexander reflects on walking with the #CaminoLB…

Walking the #CaminoLB

24 October 2016

Early Monday morning, Chris, Paul H, Paul S, Dawn and Shaun will be flying out to join the crew walking Santander to Avilés with a cardboard bus.

A quick response to Katrina Percy’s resignation from Southern Health NHS Trust

7 October 2016

Some citizen journalism from My Life My Choice Champions, after the BBC ran out of time to hear their views. Paul Scarrott, Michael Edwards and Kevin Preen share their views on the resignation of Katrina Percy and what comes next.

“You Delivered Nothing”: An Open Letter to the Southern Health Leadership

7 September 2016

Below is a letter that we sent to Southern Health NHS Trust today.

Holding public bodies to account: the Hillsborough disaster and Justice for LB

7 July 2016

As part of his work experience placement at My Life My Choice, Tom Ryan has written this reflection on the similarities between the Hillsborough and Justice for LB campaigns.

We met the new Chair of Southern Health

1 June 2016

Today we had a follow up to our meeting with Mike Petter, to talk more about how Southern Health NHS Trust can make things better for people with learning disabilities who need to use their services.

How much did Southern Health spend on Connor Sparrowhawk’s inquest?

4 January 2016

When we met Mike Petter, Chairman of Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust, in November he could not tell us how much money Southern Health NHS had spent on legal fees relating to Connor Sparrowhawk’s death and his inquest.

Meeting with the Chairman of Southern Health NHS Trust

25 November 2015

After an exchange of letters, Mike Petter, Chairman of Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust, came to meet us to talk about Connor Sparrowhawk and the sale of Slade House. With him were Claire Feehily, a non-exec Director at Southern Health and the Chair of Healthwatch Gloucestershire, and Jason Warner, Lead Nurse for Oxford’s Learning Disability Team.

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