Working together 2 is an update of the Working together guide published in 2008 to help hospital staff, family members and paid support staff work jointly before, during and towards the end…View more
People with learning disabilities have poorer health than the general population, much of which is avoidable. This means that people with learning disabilities experience health inequalities, often starting early in…View more
This practical guide is designed to support Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs), with Local Authorities and Learning Disability Partnership Boards, to commission health services in ways that achieve better health outcomes…View more
From 2008/09, the directed enhanced service (DES) offered health checks to people with learning disabilities aged 18 and over who were on the learning disability registers of participating practices. These practices were…View more
This guidance is to help health and social care professionals and family carers and supporters learn more about how to support the postural care needs of people with learning disabilities…View more
For more information contact Pat Bullen by:
Tel: 01225 789135
South West Region
16th & 17th October 2019
5th & 6th February 2020
North East and Yorkshire & Humber Regions
4th & 5th December 2019
24th & 25th March 2020
For more information contact:
Development Lead - Learning Disabilities
Programme Lead - Ageing & Older People
The SERI report (written by NDTi) has been published on the ODI website.
For more information about the programme or if you would like to know more about other NDTi employment support programmes please contact Bill Love.
For updates of national statistics about people with learning disabilities and the services and support available to them and their families, visit the People with Learning Disabilities in England page.
Feedback from previous attendees:
"Really made a complex area clear"
"Gave clear legal background and opportunity to explore relevant examples"
"I now understand how to challenge ideas and assumptions of capacity"
"I feel more able to support my team when any issues or challenges arise"
Thank you for taking the time to subscribe.