UK Learning Disability and Health Network Folder Subscriptions.

There are some 10 different general topic areas. By default new members are subscribed to all areas of the UK Learning Disability and Health Network. You can, by filling out the form below, tailor your UK Learning Disability and Health Network subscription so that you receive messages only on your personal areas of interest.

As a member of the UK Learning Disability and Health Network you also can subscribe to sections of the Choice Forum, a more general forum on issues around supporting people with learning disabilities by visiting www.choiceforum.org.uk/choicefolders.html
Many thanks

Neil Morris
Forum Facilitator
membership@ldhealthnetwork.org.uk


UK Learning Disability and Health Network Folder Subscription Form

I would like to receive messages from the UK Learning Disability and Health Network on the following general topic areas

My name is

My email address is
(Please check that your email address is correct)

My phone number is
(This will only be used if there is a problem finding your e-mail address in the list of subscribers)

I would like to be subscribed to the following general topic areas (Please tick):- (for details of what these options include please use list below)

    Acute hospitals
    Children
    Forensic / Penal System Issues
    Health Events
    Health Research
    Mental Health
    Out of District Placements
    Policy & Guidance
    subscribe to Primary Health Care
    Miscellaneous

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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 our membership department by email at: membership@ldhealthnetwork.org.uk


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