‘Compulsory learning disabilities training should be my son’s legacy’
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‘Compulsory learning disabilities training should be my son’s legacy’

Christine Walker @RCNi_Christine Editor, Learning Disability Practice

Following the untimely death of her son Oliver in 2016, Paula McGowan led a campaign call for mandatory health and social care staff training. She spoke at the Positive Choices and Positive Commitment conferences in April

The mother behind the campaign for compulsory training for all health and social care professionals in autism and learning disabilities would like it to be her son’s legacy.

Learning Disability Practice. 22, 3, 10-11. doi: 10.7748/ldp.22.3.10.s14

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