All of these publications can be downloaded from our site, or accessed through the PAMIS Library Service.
PAMIS General Leaflet (digital)
Click here to download our latest leaflet: PAMIS Generic Leaflet 2023
PAMIS Picnic Book
Click here to download our recipe book!
This was originally put together as an idea for a PAMIS fundraiser with the recipe book due to be printed and sold however this was put on hold due to COVID. We are now offering it to you as a free download to make sure your post lockdown picnics are even more special!
This is free and there is absolutely no obligation to make a donation but we have popped a Just Giving link below for anyone who wants it.
Coronavirus and People with Learning Disabilities Study
Click here to read relevant background papers: condensed ask – PAMIS; family carer visiting CH RH SL; and SBAR acute care pathway for people with PMLD final plus append
PAMIS healthy lifestyles project: Supporting healthy lifestyles for people with PMLD and their carers by Brenda Garrard. Click here to read >
Digital Passport Leaflet Click here to read >
Multi-sensory storytelling: For people with PMLD by Loretto Lambe. Click here to read >
Postural Care: A guide to 24 hour postural management for family carers by PAMIS & NHS Lanarkshire. Click here to download
Craig’s experience and the postural care campaign by Jenny Whinnett & Anna Waugh. Click here to read >
Moving on: Facilitating the transition from child to adult services for young people with PMLD by Elizabeth McBride & Alana McDicken. Click here to read >
Louis’ Story: The Story of Appletree Community Research Publication
Bereavement and Loss Publications
PAMIS’ bereavement and loss learning resource pack: Supporting bereaved people with PMLD and their carers by Hannah Young, Brenda Garrard & Loretto Lambe. Click here to more information >
Bereavement and loss: Developing a memory box to support a young woman with PMLD by Hannah Young & Brenda Garrard Click here to access >
Emotional Well-being Publications
The well-being project: Identifying and meeting the needs of young people with PMLD and their carers by Maureen Phillip, Loretto Lambe & James Hogg. Click here to read >