It’s plane sailing when paying a king’s ransom
Wendy Johnson Head of Safeguarding adults at risk and nursing lead for learning disabilities, Great Western Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Swindon
Getting on a flight with a child who has autism is challenging – until you make reasonable adjustments
I once witnessed an incident, when, as a consequence of not delivering on a work-based project, an employee was locked in a box and, under the midday sun, was left to the mercy of scorpions that were dropped into the box by ambivalent colleagues.
Learning Disability Practice. 21, 6,13-13. doi: 10.7748/ldp.21.6.13.s16