Dear all We have shared this note with national stakeholders following recent news that the NHS is investing more than £75m this year to improve community support for people with a learning disability, autism or both, to help hundreds more to stay living in their community and move out of hospital. Sorry if you have … Continue reading @NHSEngland announces extra funding to support people with a #learningdisability, #autism or both
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What a month of contrasts; we have experienced heat waves and thunder storms, celebrated a Royal marriage and mourned the content of the annual report that the Learning Disabilities Mortality Review (LeDeR) Programme published on 4th May. Deborah Coles, Executive Director of INQUEST summarised the report on the INQUEST website https://www.inquest.org.uk/inquest-responds-leder-report and we also heard … Continue reading Is Workforce one of the answers to reducing premature death? | BLOG02
Friday the 25th of May sore the 4th annual conference of the Kent, Surrey and Sussex "Sound of the Student and Trainee Voice" which is an opportunity for students and trainees alike from across geographies to network with other students and to give feedback on your experience as a learner. There where key note lectures along with workshops on Mental Health, Intellectual Disabilities, Catheter care and Primary care.