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Archive for March, 2019

Press Release: Packed-out venue for learning disabilities conference with a difference

27
Mar
2019

Stay Up Late’s (un)Ordinary Conference held in Streatham on 26th March Over 130 people packed out the Streatham Space Project’s stunning new arts venue in south London for the (un)Ordinary Conference. Hosted by the Brighton-based charity Stay Up Late, this was a learning disabilities conference with a difference. While professionals from the social care sector […]

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(un)Ordinary conference – meet William!

22
Mar
2019

Stay Up Late’s (un)Ordinary conference in London on March 26th is a conference with a difference. While the majority of those in the audience will be professionals working in the social care sector, all of those giving speeches, leading workshops or making presentations will have a learning disability. It won’t be all work and no play though […]

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(un)Ordinary Conference – meet the Include Choir!

21
Mar
2019

Stay Up Late’s (un)Ordinary conference in London on March 26th is a conference with a difference. While the majority of those in the audience will be professionals working in the social care sector, all of those giving speeches, leading workshops or making presentations will have a learning disability. It won’t be all work and no […]

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Introducing our conference speakers: meet Emily!

20
Mar
2019

Stay Up Late’s (un)Ordinary conference in London on March 26th is a conference with a difference. While the majority of those in the audience will be professionals working in the social care sector, all of those giving speeches, leading workshops or making presentations will have a learning disability. In the run-up to the conference we’ll […]

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Introducing our conference speakers – meet Phil!

19
Mar
2019

Stay Up Late’s (un)Ordinary conference in London on March 26th is a conference with a difference. While the majority of those in the audience will be professionals working in the social care sector, all of those giving speeches, leading workshops or making presentations will have a learning disability. In the run-up to the conference we’ll […]

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Introducing our conference speakers – meet Simon!

18
Mar
2019

Stay Up Late’s (un)Ordinary conference in London on March 26th is a conference with a difference. While the majority of those in the audience will be professionals working in the social care sector, all of those giving speeches, leading workshops or making presentations will have a learning disability. In the run-up to the conference we’ll […]

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Introducing our conference speakers – meet Mind The Gap!

15
Mar
2019

Stay Up Late’s (un)Ordinary conference in London on March 26th is a conference with a difference. While the majority of those in the audience will be professionals working in the social care sector, all of those giving speeches, leading workshops or making presentations will have a learning disability. In the run-up to the conference we’ll […]

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Introducing our conference speakers – meet Raana!

14
Mar
2019

Stay Up Late’s (un)Ordinary conference in London on March 26th is a conference with a difference. While the majority of those in the audience will be professionals working in the social care sector, all of those giving speeches, leading workshops or making presentations will have a learning disability. In the run-up to the conference we’ll […]

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Introducing our conference speakers – meet Fiifi!

13
Mar
2019

Stay Up Late’s (un)Ordinary conference in London on March 26th is a conference with a difference. While the majority of those in the audience will be professionals working in the social care sector, all of those giving speeches, leading workshops or making presentations will have a learning disability. In the run-up to the conference we’ll […]

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Become a Stay Up Late Ambassador

12
Mar
2019

Last year at Stay Up Late we launched our Manifesto For An Ordinary Life Even though all of the things in the manifesto would be seen as completely ordinary for most people we know that when it comes to people with learning disabilities this is very often not the case. We know there are so […]

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