I’m wring this blog as the Mammy of the Mainman.
I feel what Liverpool Labour Council/Autism Initiatives have done by keeping the secret the support worker had received no training is beyond sad and disgusting.
What concerns me are two things
It is important that autism training is properly organised and ethical, and is delivered in a context that is meaningful.
Training should reflect the best interests of individuals with
autism and challenge poor or unethical practice.
Training should recognise the diversity, humanity and
individuality of people with autism and the impact on their
rights and well-being.
There was no good practice from Liverpool Labour Council-Adult Social Care / Autism Initiatives as a parent of a vulnerable man this saddens and angers me – they sat back and watched the mainman suffer all for the benefit of protecting the system and the of Brand Anderson.
”Our lives begin to end when we stay silent about things that matter”