As 2021 draws to a close, on behalf of the IFNA boardm I wish to thank all IFNA members including the Committees, Chapters and Committee Chairs, and Kassalen Meetings and Events, for your belief in and continual and precious support of IFNA, and for generously giving your time, expertise and wisdom to drive the work of IFNA. Without such support we could not continue advocating so successfully for families and family nurses worldwide.
Dr. Angela Ridley Senior Lecturer at Northumbria University Chloe Hawkins Student Registered Nurse Learning Disabilities at Northumbria University Join #lLDWeek2022 @LD_Northumbria Many people are unaware of the Registered Nurse Learning Disabilities. This piece gives insight into the role, by discussing how students are prepared to support families who have children with learning disabilities/autism. As well as … Read more Working with families to support their child with a learning disability/autism