BUSES are a big deal. Especially for people with little by way of alternative travel options at their disposal, such as the bulk of people with learning disabilities.
For years now Scotland’s government, bus companies and other organisations have been working hard to make buses more accessible for vulnerable people. At present, as well
THE recent LDAS 2018 conference welcomed delegates from across the country to examine whether Scotland is becoming a fairer place for people with learning disabilities to live.
The Scottish Government’s 5-year Fairer Scotland plan to change the lives of people with learning disabilities and ensure their human rights are realised formed the basis of
Our dear friend Colin is part of a group of adults with learning disabilities who attend one of the LDAS Accessible Politics groups on a regular basis.
As a great fan of First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, Colin was right at the front of the queue recently when a trip to the Scottish Parliament to watch
For 3 years in a row LDAS has undertaken a survey on a subject that is voted on by our members from a number of choices also put forward by them. So there is no doubt that the focus of our surveys are matters of real importance to the learning disability community. But it
THE closing date for the Scottish Government’s consultation on electoral reform has now been extended to 29 March 2018 and will be part of the discussions at the next LDAS Big Meeting.
The issue of voting ballots – paper and electronic – being made more accessible for people with learning disabilities has been