> Looking Together: Spiritual beliefs and aspirations of people with learning disabilities
Looking Together: Spiritual beliefs and aspirations of
people with learning disabilities
Caritas Westminster, St Joseph’s Pastoral Centre and Lemos&Crane have been researching what practical steps could be taken to ensure that the spiritual aspirations of people with learning disabilities are met by support services – both faith-based and non faith-based.
Lemos&Crane have worked with a group of practitioners from a range of adult social care and other support organisations (including Community Integrated Care, Alabare, L'Arche, Livability, Camphill, the Judith Trust and others) to understand better the attitudes and aspirations of people with learning disabilities, as well as parents, careers and support staff, on spirituality.
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