Caring for people with learning disabilities at the end of life

This is a link to Marie Curie' website this information is for healthcare professionals. Resources for caring for somone with a Learning Disability at end of life. 

Widening access to palliative care for people with learning disabilities Guidance and resources for professionals

The aim of this publication is to share some of the thinking, good practice and resources that have been developed throughout learning disability and end of life care services in a form that will be accessible to all practitioners but especially those working in hospice settings.

Learning disability mortality review (LeDeR): Action from learning report 2020/21

The University of Bristol’s fifth annual LeDeR report has now been published, as well as NHS England/ NHS Improvement’s third annual LeDeR Action from Learning report.

The NHS Action from Learning report describes some of the work being undertaken across the country by the NHS to reduce health inequalities and premature mortality amongst people with a learning disability. It also describes the progress the national team has made against the commitments it made last year and their commitments this year to the recommendations made by the University of Bristol.