Authors Tim Keilty and Kellie Woodley write about the forgotten voices from Prudhoe Hospital.
Simon Cramp's biography offers a real insight into a man with learning difficulties who has made a significant difference to social policy in England.
Jan Walmsley and a group of disabled researchers look back at life in Princess Marina Hospital, Northamptonshire in the years before its closure.
The Centre for Welfare Reform made a submission in April 2019 to the Joint Committee on Human Rights calling for the closure of all ATUs.
The People First movement leads the way in self-advocacy today, but there were also earlier developments which should not be forgotten.
Important testimony from those who lived and worked in a long-stay institution for people with learning difficulties.