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Quality Checkers: Efforts to Reduce Learning Disabilities-Related Barriers to Accessing NHS Services (NHS England)

Summary The NHS Quality Checkers Programme will involve people with learning disabilities helping to inspect their local NHS services and offer advice on how these can be re-designed to better meet their needs (and the needs of other patients). Tools … Continue reading

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Commissioning of Services for People With Learning Disabilities: Latest “Challenge Ahead” Report (BBC News / ACEVO / NHS England / HEE)

Summary Sir Stephen Bubb, author of the “Winterbourne View: Time for Change” (2014) report, has recommended that the role of a Learning Disabilities Commissioner is required to promote and protect the rights of people with learning disabilities in England. Full … Continue reading

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