Learning disabilities

Our programme is called transforming care and is all about making health and care services better so that more people with a learning disability, autism or both can live in the community, with the right support, and close to home.

Homes not hospitals

Homes not hospitals

Find out about how we are building more services in the community for people to get the support they need close to where they live.

Improving health

We are working on lots of different projects which are all helping to make people’s health better.

Our work

How we're working with the Government and other health and care organisations to make sure that people get the best care.

Get involved

Get involved

How to get involved in our work, meet us or tell us your ideas.


Useful documents, webinars, contact phone numbers and all of our case studies.

News and blogs

Ask, Listen, Do: Oliver’s Story

As the National Health Service marks its 70th anniversary, a mother explains how the ‘Ask, Listen, Do’ programme demonstrates new ways of learning from the experiences of families, carers, and people with a learning disability and autism, and is critical for safety and good quality care:  In 2016 my beautiful 18-year-old son’s life was cut tragically […]