Using CAT in services for people with learning disabilities

The group meets in Birmingham, which we chose because it is a central location, although we could meet elsewhere. At our meetings we usually start by taking it in turns to describe how we have been using CAT in our work and explore various issues that arise. This gives each of us a chance to think about creative ideas and problem solving, as well as exchange useful resources. We also have various projects and plans which we take forward at the meeting. You can also email me at

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