We are one of five national organisations that are working together to drive service improvements across health and care.
A clear framework to change how and where we provide services and give individuals more say in their care.
Local communities are working together so that more people can live in their community, closer to home.
A new approach to reviewing individuals' care ensures that people get the right care, in the right place.
We are firmly committed to reducing the health inequalities experienced by people with learning disabilities, and significantly improving their health.
A quick overview of all the publications and guides that we have produced that are available on our website.
NHS England employs five people with a learning disability. They are running a workshop at EXPO 2016 – a big event about health and care services. They will tell people working in services about some of the things that they are involved in to improve things for people with a learning disability.
Building the right home, new housing guidance from the Transforming Care Programme, supports NHS and local authority commissioners to work with housing providers to expand the housing options available for people with a learning disability, autism or both, who display behaviour that challenges. The guidance states that around 2,400 people with a learning disability, autism […]
We have set out a clear programme of work with other national partners to improve services for people with learning disabilities and/or autism, who display behaviour that challenges, including those with a mental health condition. This will drive system-wide change and enable more people to live in the community, with the right support, and close to home.