We work with the Government and other health and care organisations to make sure that people with a learning disability, autism or both who display behaviour that challenges, including people with a mental health condition get the best possible care.
This work is called ‘Transforming Care’ and is all about improving health and care services so that more people can live in the community, with the right support, and close to home.
In October 2015 we published our national plan – Building the Right Support , which is also available in easy read which sets out how we are making sure that people are getting the right care, in the right place at the right time.
Since that report was published we have made a lot of progress but we know there is a lot more still to do.
How is care being transformed?
Our work includes lots of different projects which are helping to improve the lives of people with a learning disability, autism or both.
Who makes decisions on the transforming care programme?
The work of the programme across the health and social care system is managed by the Transforming Care Delivery Board (TCDB) which includes people from each of the six partner organisations leading the transforming care programme nationally. They are:
- NHS England
- The Association of Directors of Social Services
- The Care Quality Commission
- The Department of Health
- Health Education England
- The Local Government Association (LGA)
Minutes of the Transforming Care Delivery Board are available on request – please email firstname.lastname@example.org.