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The outstanding value of integrated working

Like many people, I’ve been digesting the Kirkup report into the problems found at Fulness General Hospital, part of the Morecombe Bay Trust. Whilst I appreciate the strain which the enquiry and report must have put staff under in that Trust, I always feel such reports are a valuable opportunity to reflect and consider the risks to your own work. 569 more words


Integrationsdag 2015: YOU are invited!

Sama-sama Sa Lund (SSL) and Lunds Kommun present: INTEGRATIONSDAG 2015!

We want to invite EVERYONE for a whole day of fun, educational integration-related activities, as part of the ongoing Integration Project of Sama-sama Sa Lund. 342 more words


Reacting to #ResearchKit

Apple, Inc. has a remarkable ability to capture the world’s attention when announcing “the next big thing.” They have honed their well-known Reality Distortion Field… 823 more words

Industry Commentary

Service Integration in Our Public Schools

The integration of special education services into the special education classroom is key in public education, if for no other reason than to provide consistency for the acquisition of skills taught by a service specialist during a 30 minute session. 880 more words

Special Education

Working in the Family Shop

At this point in my service, I’m spending all day, every day in the family’s shops. Most of the time, I would just hangout with them when there weren’t too many costumers and helping them stock the shop when products on the shelves were running low. 823 more words

Bajram Curri


We’ve all had fearful experiences as a child and as an adult, and we mostly react by mentally escaping into the illusionary corridors of time. In this mentally manufactured dream world we pretend everything is all right or will be all right some time in the future. 47 more words


Let's stop playing the Waiting Game

On Monday this week, I was at a meeting discussing the thorny issue of pressure ulcer prevention. Pressure ulcers can be very serious, tissue can break down remarkably quickly and can lead to complications such as infections or even sepsis. 450 more words