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Five-year NHS autism research strategy for England

A five-year NHS autism research strategy, to facilitate the use of the best current evidence when making decisions about autism services provided by or paid for by the NHS in England. Introduction Autism is not a rare condition (about 1–2% of … Read Article about Five-year NHS autism research strategy for England

Suffolk Learning Disability Strategy: My Life Focus Group

The Suffolk Learning Disability Partnership Board would like to invite invite self-advocates, families and carers, provider organisations, board members, key organisations, and wider partnership to the Suffolk Learning Disability Strategy: My … Read Article about Suffolk Learning Disability Strategy: My Life Focus Group

Suffolk’s re-freshed Joint Learning Disability Strategy

The Suffolk Joint Learning Disability Strategy exists to help make sure people with learning disabilities live good lives as part of their community, with the right support, at the right time, from the right people. The Suffolk Joint Learning … Read Article about Suffolk’s re-freshed Joint Learning Disability Strategy

Suffolk Learning Disability Strategy: My Health Focus Group

The Suffolk Learning Disability Partnership Board would like to invite invite self-advocates, families and carers, provider organisations, board members, key organisations, and wider partnership to the Suffolk Learning Disability Strategy: My Health … Read Article about Suffolk Learning Disability Strategy: My Health Focus Group

The national strategy for autistic children, young people and adults: 2021 to 2026

The government’s national strategy for improving the lives of autistic people and their families and carers in England, and implementation plan for 2021 to 2022. Details The strategy builds on and replaces the preceding adult autism … Read Article about The national strategy for autistic children, young people and adults: 2021 to 2026

Suffolk Learning Disability Strategy: 2020 refresh

The Suffolk Learning Disability Partnership is an independent partnership of people and organisations that aims to improve the lives of people with a learning disability living in Suffolk. Our Vision: People with learning disabilities live good … Read Article about Suffolk Learning Disability Strategy: 2020 refresh

Learning Disability Strategy 2020-2022 for East of England Ambulance NHS Trust

This strategy looks at patients that are living with a learning disability, autism, or both. The strategy has been developed with support from partners and patients using information from many different places. The strategy highlighted the … Read Article about Learning Disability Strategy 2020-2022 for East of England Ambulance NHS Trust

Norfolk & Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust: co-production Strategy

The Health and Social Care Act 2012 requires Clinical Commissioning Groups and Commissioners in NHS England to enable: “Patients and Carers to participate in planning, managing and making decisions about their care and treatment through services it … Read Article about Norfolk & Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust: co-production Strategy

Norfolk & Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust: Green Light for Mental Health

​The Green Light Toolkit is from the National Development Team for Inclusion. It is an audit (a way of checking) how well Mental Health services meet the needs of people with Learning Disability and/or Autism. It then informs the development of … Read Article about Norfolk & Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust: Green Light for Mental Health

Strategic direction and support available for adults with Autism living in Suffolk

Suffolk's Learning Disability Partnership Board is interested in what you think about the strategic direction and support available for adults with autism living in Suffolk. Suffolk's vision is for people to 'live good, ordinary lives, with the … Read Article about Strategic direction and support available for adults with Autism living in Suffolk

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