Tag Archives: Alternatives to Inpatient Care for People With Learning Disabilities

Independent Mental Health Act Review (BBC News / DHSC / Centre for Mental Health / NHS England)

Summary The independent review of the Mental Health Act 1983, chaired by Professor Sir Simon Wessely, presents recommendations for reform based on four principles: Choice and autonomy. Least restriction. Therapeutic benefit. Understanding people as individuals: whereby patients are recognised and … Continue reading

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More on Housing and Health (Housing LIN / Mencap / King’s Fund / NHF / DHSS)

Specialised Supported Housing for People With Learning Disabilities: Summary A Mencap report covers the growing role of specialised supported housing sector in improving wellbeing for people with learning disabilities. Specialised supported housing is an alternative for persons who might previously … Continue reading

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Voluntary Sector Organisations: Improving Care for People With Learning Disabilities and Dementia (VODG)

Summary A recent Voluntary Organisations Disability Group “Staying put” report covers the work of the voluntary sector with care providers which aims to improve the quality of life of people with a learning disability and dementia. It addresses the issues … 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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