The discussion guide (also available in an easy read version) is intended to help stimulate those ideas and understand views across three key themes – life stage, clinical priorities and enablers of improvement – each covers a number of different areas which we believe have the greatest potential to deliver improvements to the way the NHS provides care. Each section provides an overview of some of the key challenges and a series of questions.
You may choose to provide responses for every topic, or just the ones that are important to you or the group you represent. Where possible, organisations should collate responses from their members into a single submission.
More information and take part here.
Welcome. This survey is for people in England who have a learning disability and/or autism, and their families and unpaid supporters. We also welcome joint responses from groups and networks of self-advocates and families in England.
The results of this survey will be used to support Health Education England (HEE) in developing their long-term workforce strategy. The views of practitioners and professionals are being gathered separately.
Kent Community Health NHS Foundation are holding their next multi agency Academic Session entitled ‘Contemporary issues in Mental Health (including Dementia) and Learning Disability on Wednesday 26th September 12.30-16.30pm, Godmersham Village Hall,Canterbury Road, CT4 7DR
They are keen to hear from any of our KSS LD CoP members who may be available to present within this subject area.
Although they cannot reimburse for your time or travel they do offer lunch.
Anyone interested please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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