The Winterbourne View: Time for Change Report (BBC News / ACEVO / NHS England)

Summary

The government may be failing many people with learning disabilities, by sending them to hospitals too far from home for too long, according to the “Winterbourne View: Time for Change” report, commissioned by NHS England.

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Reference

Kotecha, S. (2014). Winterbourne View report: Learning disability care ‘failing’. London: BBC News / BBC Health News, November 26th 2014.

This relates to:

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Winterbourne View: Time for Change. Transforming the commissioning of services for people with learning disabilities and / or autism. A report by the Transforming Care and Commissioning Steering Group, chaired by Sir Stephen Bubb. 2014. London: ACEVO Transforming Care and Commissioning Steering Group, November 26th 2014.

Progress Slower Than Planned…

As of May 2016, 3,500 vulnerable people with learning disabilities were still resident at inpatient units.

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Reference

Winterbourne View: Families demand action five years on from Panorama. London: BBC Health News / BBC Bristol News, May 31st 2016.

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