Pride month means many things to many people.
Whatever their gender identity or sexuality, this Pride we’d like to remind people with learning disabilities and autism (and those around them) of their rights when it comes to intimate relationships.
So we’re really pleased to share this excellent accessible resource developed by The Supported Loving network, the National Development Team for Inclusion (NDTi), My Life My Choice, and the Tizard Centre at the University of Kent, which covers decision making, rights, responsibilities and consequences in a very accessible way. Please use it, and share it widely.”
Click here to download the Rights Charter