COVID-19: Autism and learning disabilities

People with learning disabilities and autistic people enjoy the same human rights as the rest of the population. Families and communities play an important role in promoting and upholding these rights, so that autistic people and people with learning disabilities can enjoy lives that are rich, fulfilling and fully included in society.

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Making Carers Visible

Caring can be rewarding but also challenging, and many carers are currently dealing with more challenges than ever before. It is important that carers know how to look after their own health and wellbeing, and that we all recognise the contribution that carers make.

This Carers Week, we’re recognising that now, more than ever before, it’s time for us to come together and help Make Caring Visible.

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The impact of COVID-19 on people with visual impairments

The coronavirus pandemic has caused daily difficulties for everyone. But what if you are visually impaired? We hear from local organisation, Bucks Vision, which supports people with visual impairment and share some resources for those with visual impairments as well as funding opportunities for people and organisations in this area.

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Case studies: The amazing work of local MK volunteers

Throughout the Coronavirus pandemic, we have witnessed the coming together of communities and an outpouring of willingness to volunteer. We have matched 218 people to various roles across MK.

This Volunteers Week, we are highlighting a few case studies of organisations who have been working with volunteers through this trying time.

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