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Faculty for People with Intellectual Disabilities Annual Conference

27 April 2021 - 28 April 2021 10:30 am - 4:00 pm
Online
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WELCOME TO THE FPID CONFERENCE

 

The 2021 conference themes are Principles for organisational change that prevent loss of compassion and Current issues related to sex and gender and intellectual disabilities.

Registration

Registration is now open.

Please note, this conference will not be recorded. To avoid disappointment please only book a place if you are able to attend the live webinar.

PROGRAMME

Our conference programme is subject to change at any point before or during the conference itself. We are unable to accept responsibility for changes made which are outside of our control.

Tuesday 27 April 

Day 1 theme: Principles for organisational change that prevent loss of compassion

10:30

Welcome - The Importance of Organisational Change
Sophie Doswell, Chair of the Faculty

10:40

EbE presentation and Q&A
Lessons from My Life: Love and Protect Children, and Give Adults Respect, Time and Help
Mr R, Expert by Experience

11:00

Keynote presentation
Transforming Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services – the Iceberg Model – a whole systems approach
Dr Liz Gregory, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board – Child and Adolescent Psychology

11:45

Comfort Break

12:00

Developing Trauma-Informed Care in Learning Disability Services: Why do we care?  
Dr Elisabeth Goad, Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

12:45 The Important Place of Intensive Interaction in Learning Disability Services: Keeping it Personal and Interactive
Graham Firth, Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
13:30 Lunch Break
14:00 The Importance of Positive Behaviour Support at the Organisational Level: Understanding Me Prevents Losses & Hurt
Dr Julian Morris,  and Dr Jason Crabtree, East London NHS Foundation Trust
14:45 Good Attachment-Based Practices in Intellectual Disability Services: Maintaining Bonds 
Dr Allan Skelly, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust & Professor Nigel Beail, South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
15:30 Conference Day 1 Close

Wednesday 28 April

Day 2 theme: Current issues related to sex and gender and intellectual disabilities
10:00 Keynote presentationIs it possible to treat sex offenders with an intellectual disability effectively?
Professor John Rose, University of Birmingham 
11:00 Workshop 1- Sexual Decision Making
Dr Gemma Gray, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust
12:00 Comfort Break
12:15 Workshop 2 - Stay up late project
Jon Codd, Berkshire 
13:15 Lunch Break
13:45 Invited speaker session “We want to be parents like everyone else”: The lives of learning disabled parents: Inclusive research and creative outputs from the Daughters of Fortune project Dr Kate Theodore, Royal Holloway University of London and Daniel Foulds, Mind the Gap
14:30 Member Engagement Session
15:30 Closing remarks – Sophie Doswell, Chair of the Faculty
15:45 Conference Close

Speakers 

Nigel Beail

Good Attachment-Based Practices in Intellectual Disability Services: Maintaining Bonds 

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Dr Jason Crabtree

The Importance of Positive Behaviour Support at the Organisational Level: Understanding Me Prevents Losses & Hurt

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Jon Codd

Stay up late project

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Graham Firth

The Important Place of Intensive Interaction in Learning Disability Services: Keeping it Personal and Interactive

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Dr Elizabeth Goad

Developing Trauma-Informed Care in Learning Disability Services: Why do we care?

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Dr Gemma Gray

Sexual Decision Making

Dr Liz Gregory

Transforming Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services – the Iceberg Model – a whole systems approach

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Dr Julian Morris

The Importance of Positive Behaviour Support at the Organisational Level: Understanding Me Prevents Losses & Hurt

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Mr R

EbE presentation and Q&A. Lessons from My Life: Love and Protect Children, and Give Adults Respect, Time and Help

Prof John Rose

Is it possible to treat sex offenders with an intellectual disability effectively?

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Dr Allan Skelly

Good Attachment-Based Practices in Intellectual Disability Services: Maintaining Bonds 

Dr Kate Theodore

We want to be parents like everyone else”: The lives of learning disabled parents: Inclusive research and creative outputs from the Daughters of Fortune project

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Registration is now open and available online only.

FULL CONFERENCE REGISTRATION

Registration type           Fee
Concession £49.00
FPID Member £70.00
BPS Member £84.00
Affiliate Subscribe £101.50
E-Subscriber £108.50
Non Member of the BPS £112.00

All rates listed include VAT. 

Concessionary rates apply to student members of the Society, to retired members on Rule 21, to graduate members registered under Rule 15(ii), and Members who are registered under Rule 22. Rule 15(ii) applies if you are a Graduate Member and a postgraduate student/trainee. Rule 22 grants a reduction in membership fees for people who are finding it difficult to pay the full amount, eg through unemployment or temporary hardship.

Please note, this event will not be recorded. To avoid disappointment please only book a place if you are able to attend the live webinar.

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