Choice Forum Folder Subscriptions.

There are some 58 different specific subject areas of the Choice Forum. By default new members are subscribed to all areas of the Choice Forum. You can however tailor your Choice Forum subscription so that you receive messages only on your personal areas of interest.

You can do this by completing either the form below which gives you the choice of the 58 different specific subject areas.

If you would prefer to just have the choice of 10 general topic areas please click on the following link:

Many thanks

Neil Morris
Forum Facilitator

Choice Forum Folder Subscription Form

I would like to receive messages from the Choice Forum on the following general topic areas

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I would like to be subscribed to the following specific subject areas (Please tick):-

    News and Announcements
    Press Releases
    Vacancies for Paid and Voluntary Staff

    Rights, Values and Attitudes
    Advocacy and Empowerment
    Rights and Values (inc. consent and inclusion)

    Policy and Standards
    England (Including Valuing People White Paper)
    Northern Ireland
    Care Standards
    Policy (for issues not covered elsewhere)

    Ensuring People Get the Support They Want
    Assessments (inc. eligibility criteria)
    Person Centred Planning
    Direct Payments
    Improving Service Quality
    Service development
    Staff Development and Training
    Community Teams for People with Learning Disabilities

    Daily Living
    Accessible Information
    A Place To Live
    Benefits and Other Income
    Day Time Opportunities
    Friendships (inc. relationships and sexuality)
    Short breaks and Respite
    Free Time and Leisure (inc. holidays)
    Personal Support
    Spirituality and Faith
    Technology (inc. computers and the internet)

    General Health
    Mental Health
    Mental Health and Young People

    Conditions and Syndromes
    Conditions and Syndromes

    Groups of People with Learning Disabilities
    Young People (Inc. transition)
    Parents with Learning Disabilities
    Older People
    People From Ethnic Minority Communities
    People Who Challenge Families or Services
    People with Mild Learning Disabilities
    People with Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities

    People who Support People with Learning Disabilities
    Older Family Carers
    Occupational Therapists
    Registered Nurses for People with Learning Disabilities

    Other Topics
    New Messages

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1. The Mental Health Foundation, which includes the Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities, will not use this information for any reason other than for processing your request to subscribe to specific topic areas.

If you have any difficulties using this form please contact Neil Morris by email at:

The information on this page was provided by Neil Morris, Forum Facilitator at the Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities. Email: It was last updated on 9 May 2007