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Our provision for adults with learning disabilities is seriously inadequate

15 October 2022

9:00 AM

15 October 2022

9:00 AM

brother.do.you.love.me Manni Coe and Reuben Coe

Little Toller, pp.322, 20

This book reveals one man’s determination to enable his brother to live his best life. It is also a fable for our time. It hints at how we all might live if we turned the lens on the world. ‘Does Reuben have a learning disability’ asks Manni Coe, ‘or do we have an understanding disability?’

Coe’s younger brother Reuben, now 39, has Down’s syndrome.

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