This report looks at the use of restraint, seclusion and segregation in care services for people with a mental health condition, a learning disability or autistic people.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has revised its “Registering the right support” guidance to make it clearer for providers who support autistic people and/or people with a learning disability.
Declare Your Care is a year-long, campaign focusing on four key population groups which we know have lower awareness of CQC.
CQC's Declare Your Care campaign is encouraging people with learning disabilities, their family, carers and advocates to speak openly about their experience of care, good or bad.
The Essex Neurology Network, in partnership with Healthwatch Essex, has launched an e-learning tool for health and social care professionals.
Content from Care Quality Commission People with a learning disability or autism, their family, carers and advocates Dear Colleague, As part of our #DeclareYourCare campaign, this month we are encouraging people with a learning disability or autism, their family, carers and advocates to feedback on care. Our research reveals that people with a learning disability … Continue reading Declare Your Care: Learning disability focus