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How to change up quality of life for people with learning disabilities and / or autism
Learning Disability Today calls for accommodation, care and mental health approaches to be designed to reflect the wishes of those with learning disabilities and / or autism.
Martin and Kevin, who have learning disabilities, Alexis, who is autistic, and Tessa, who is both autistic and has a learning disability, describe in our exclusive video series how people with complex needs can be supported to realise the same quality of life experienced by people without learning disabilities or autism.
Watch all the videos below and share your thoughts on Twitter. #Iwanttochangeitup