Hazel Morgan Co-Director of The Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities
The spiritual needs of people with a learning disability have been sadly neglected by services and this has contributed to exclusion from other areas in life. Hazel Morgan explains why healthcare professionals must wake up to this other dimension
Spirituality is a basic human need and a human right. Most would agree that spirituality is a dimension of human experience within which people seek to find meaning, purpose, value and hope. For some people it includes religion and embraces God.
Learning Disability Practice. 7, 5, 8-9. doi: 10.7748/ldp.7.5.8.s10