It's time we all joined this revolution. It's time we put behind us all the walls and exclusions. It's time we recognised the value of every human being. It's time to build a world where everybody matters. That's what inclusion means.
Studying nursing is demanding. It can be stressful, tiring and yes, I sometimes wonder why I do it. But then something happens that rekindles the reasons why I nurse, why I love it and why it means so much to me.
Today, when nurses are being urged, in effect, to go back to school and retrain, the implication is that the more recent scandals were all the fault of nurses. Why? Presumably because they are easier to pick on: mostly female, further down the pecking order and therefore less powerful.
I went to a meeting about autism the other day, its aim basically to improve services for people with autism.
The key in all this is to remember that it's not so called "challenging behaviour" it's actual challenging behaviour. My coccyx and fingers have been broken not "so called broken" but actually broken. Because that's what caring for someone with challenging behaviours is like. Not "so called" like, actually like.
Wayne told a resident 'Do you want me to grate your face off?' Prosecutor Kerry Barker said care watchdogs failed to act
The shocking catalogue of abuse at a care home at the centre of a TV investigation was laid bare today in a damning report
Another care home scandal like Winterbourne View could happen again unless the government takes action, campaigners warned
At 81, Rupert Murdoch is lucky enough to be blessed with rude health, a billionaire's bank account and a younger wife with a decent right hook.
Ten people have been charged in connection with the ill treatment and neglect of vulnerable patients at Winterbourne View