National Development Team for Inclusion, 2013
An earlier report by NDTi, (Reasonably Adjusted – published in 2012), described the reasonable adjustments mental health services were already putting in place for people with learning disabilities and people with autism. There were pockets of imaginative and positive practice by local services – but little sharing or copying of good ideas.
As a result, the NHS Confederation, supported by the Department of Health, commissioned the NDTi to produce materials to help services review their own quality and share and replicate good practice. These were launched as the Green Light 2013 Toolkit, and include:
- An audit framework to support reviews,
- An ‘easy-read’ version of the audit framework and toolkit,
- A database of examples of reasonable adjustments made by services, as a resource for people seeking to innovate and share learning.
This page provides links to a copy of the Green Light Toolkit report and the Reasonably Adjusted report as well as a link to the Department of Health Good Practice Project.