Green Light Toolkit
Mental Health Services and Support for People with Autism and People with Learning Disabilities
A guide to auditing and improving your mental health service so that it is effective in supporting people with autism and people with learning disabilities.
The Green Light Toolkit is a set of free to access resources including, a recently updated audit framework and toolkit, and easy read version
The Green Light Toolkit is referenced in the new service model and guidance ‘Supporting people with a learning disability and/or autism who display behaviour that challenges, including those with a mental health condition’, and has been updated to reflect this. The guidance says that "Everyone should expect mainstream mental health services to regularly audit how effective they are at meeting the needs of people with a learning disability and/or autism. The Green Light Toolkit should be used to both evaluate services and agree local actions…"
On the right you wil find links to download the latest copy of the Green Light Toolkit and Reasonably Adjusted report.
The NDTi is offering tailored support to implement reasonable adjustments in your service, and developing a number of action learning sets, incorporating a benchmarking club that uses the audit tools we have produced. To find out more information about our learning set workshops, please contact Madeline Cooper-Ueki.
This project was commissioned by the NHS Confederation, supported by the Department of Health.