Learning Disabilities and Autism

Learning from Lives and Deaths – People with a Learning Disability and People with Autism (LeDeR)
Annual Report 2022-2023

We welcome the publication of our sixth LeDeR Annual Report in Norfolk and Waveney. The ICB continues to be committed to ensuring that Norfolk and Waveney people living with learning disabilities and/or autism live well, and we recognise that this work must be informed by the learning identified within the report, using lived experiences to help identify opportunities to improve services and support. Our focus for the year ahead will be on using these insights to improve the quality of care offered, working collaboratively with partners to deliver care with better oversight and monitoring of placements and training for staff.

Please find the full report here.

You can find out more about LeDeR in the video here by Staying Alive and Well.

Please find an animated version of the report below.

University of East Anglia have a healthcare leadership podcast called HealthCast. LeDeR Nurse Andrew O’Connell talks about his role and our mission to reduce healthcare inequalities for people with learning disabilities and autism.

Other Learning Disabilities and Autism pages:

Care, Education & Treatment Reviews (CETR)

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Dynamic Support Register (DSR)

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