Learning from Lives and Deaths

Learning from Lives and Deaths


People with a Learning Disability and autistic people (LeDeR)

Research has shown that on average, people with a learning disability and autistic people die earlier than the general public, and do not receive the same quality of care as people without a learning disability or who are not autistic.
We want to change this. LeDeR reviews deaths to see where we can find areas of learning, opportunities to improve, and examples of excellent practice. This information is then used to improve services for people living with a learning disability and autistic people.

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