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37 resources about Learning disabilities ×

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  1. The Carousel Project is a response to a recognised need for improved services for people with profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD).

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  2. A care pathway developed to put families and personal assistants in control to self-manage effective postural support, pain monitoring/relief and thermal comfort, safely and humanely for people with impaired movement.

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  3. This tool identifies where opportunities to address unwarranted variation exist, by revealing the possible over-use and under-use of different aspects of healthcare.

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  4. Access selected and authoritative evidence in health, social care and public health.

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  5. E-learning for healthcare (E-LfH) is a Health Education England programme operating in partnership with the NHS and other professional bodies, and provides a range of e-learning resources for NHS staff across a variety of topics.

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  6. Details of how South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust has improved following a CQC re-inspection.

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  7. Support for doctors in training with dyslexia.

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  8. A programme providing a range of tools and guidance to encourage and support health organisations to increase their recruitment of people with learning disabilities, autism or both.

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  9. Health Education England (HEE) has produced a set of five generic role templates to support the development of new and different roles in learning disability community services.

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  10. Sets out the essential skills and knowledge necessary for all staff involved in learning disability care.

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  11. A report on the House of Commons Justice Committee inquiry that considered a range of questions about the treatment of young adults – 18 to 24 year olds – in the criminal justice system, taking into account recent research into the subject and the work of others.

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  12. Fab Change Day brings the NHS together to celebrate improvement and encourage staff to share their ideas for change.

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  13. Dr Amar Shah, Associate Medical Director & Consultant forensic psychiatrist for East London NHS Foundation Trust, talks about his experience of building a QI system at his trust and shares his advice for other providers who are looking to do the same.

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  14. Part of: Red2Green campaign

    On 11 July 2017, we held our second inspiring improvement event, bringing together those passionate about developing improvement and leadership capabilities among their staff and themselves.

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  15. Providers share their individual approaches to improvement in a series of videos.

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