Learning disabilities good practice project report

December 2016

Mental Health

Country of origin: UK

The Learning Disabilities Good Practice Project gives people who commission, design and deliver services a better understanding of how to improve the lives of people with learning disabilities.

Details of the services were collected by the National Valuing Families Forum and the National Forum for People with Learning Disabilities, as requested by Norman Lamb, Minister for Care and Support, in November 2012.

More than 80 examples were received, and 6 services were selected because they demonstrated important indicators of good practice. They are described in detail in the report.

Resources

Medicines Management Is Everybody?s Business July 2017 A leaflet has been published which aims to empower service users and carers to ask relevant questions about medication and...
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Website attempts to reduce teen suicide and depression April 2017 Attempted suicide continues to grow among teenagers and girls are at greatest risk, according to a suicide prevention...
Physical Illness And Mental Health: Help Is At Hand - Booklet March 2017 Having a physical illness, and treatment for it, can affect the way we think and feel. A new booklet from the Royal College...
Guideline on the Management of Attention Deficit and Hyperkinetic Disorders March 2017 The Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network has issued a guideline on the management of attention deficit and...
Psychiatric Times March 2017 Despite an increased prevalence of psychiatric conditions and a greater number of drugs available to treat them, mental...
Emergency mental health care checklist March 2017 GPs' role in planning and providing care for patients with mental health problems who access emergency care services is...
Working with Offenders with Personality Disorders February 2017 A guide for practitioners to working with offenders with personality disorders has been produced by the National Offender...
Nutrition and Dementia January 2017 A report, published by King’s College London Global Observatory for Ageing and Dementia Care, highlights that...
Meeting needs and reducing distress January 2017 New NHS guidance on how to prevent and manage challenging behaviour related to clinical conditions has been launched. It is...
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