There are many service providers around the UK delivering often innovative services that are making a positive difference to the lives of people with learning disabilities.
School forced to reinstate and apologise for unlawful discrimination of disabled student
Have NHS efforts to reduce over medicating been successful?
In 2016, the UK government launched a groundbreaking drive to reduce the use of psychotropic drugs for people with autism and learning disabilities. But recent figures show that while prescribing rates for antipsychotics have fallen since the campaign’s launch, antidepressants, hypnotics, and stimulants have all risen.
Food and drink advice aims to tackle health inequality for people with learning disabilities
The value of owning meaningful possessions: "the medal makes me happy when I look at it"
How far can reasonable adjustments address health inequalities?
Reasonable adjustments are adaptations and accommodations that should, in theory, minimise disadvantages faced by disabled people in education, employment, and housing, as well as services such as shops, hospitals, and banks. Darren Devine discusses how reasonable adjustments could look for people with a learning disability - but how far can they address health inequalities?