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The NRCPD Practioners’ Forum will be meeting as a group in York on June 12th 2018.
The DWP has said that the ATW budget will now be raised to 2 x the National average salary. This means that from 1st April 2018 the cap (maximum award) to ATW budgets will be increased from £43,100 to £57,200. … Continue reading
Dear registrant or trainee We have received a number of queries from registered practitioners about the DBS enhanced disclosure , which NRCPD currently requires for registration. We are being advised that the DBSis now refusing to provide enhanced disclosure to … Continue reading
Tributes to our lipspeaker colleague Diana Leigh Barimore – 21st September 1950 ~ 31st August 2017 –
On Sunday, July 30th 2017, Diana was out walking with her beloved dachshund, Bertie, on New Kings Road of Parson Green, London. It was the weekend of Ride London, a popular and largest annual cycling event. She was involved in … Continue reading
Tributes have been paid today to a “gracious and devoted” interpreter for the deaf who died in hospital a month after being hit by a competitor in the RideLondon cycling event. Diana Barimore, 67, is said to have been taking … Continue reading
Dear Colleagues and Friends On the 30th July, when taking her dog Bertie to her local park for his usual walk. Di was somehow in collision with a cyclist participating in the Prudential Ride London-Surrey 2017 event. This crash left … Continue reading
Well wishes from the ALS to our dear friend and colleague Diana, who has been involved in a terrible accident.
Our friend and colleague, Diana Barimore met with a dreadful accident last Sunday morning, 30th July, when taking her dog Bertie to her local park for his usual walk. Di was somehow in collision with a cyclist participating in the … Continue reading
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From the 31st July 2016, all NHS England and adult social care services must follow a new set of rules called the Accessible Information Standard. The Standard tells health professionals what they MUST do to improve communication and accessibility for … Continue reading