Learning Disability Today
Supporting professionals working in learning disability and autism services

How can we reduce health inequalities for people with a learning disability?

A panel of professionals, activists and people with lived experience recently joined the Women and Equalities Committee to discuss the National Disability Strategy and how it could be altered to improve the lives of autistic people and people with learning disabilities. The panel consisted of: Tim Nicholls, Head of Influencing & Research, National Autistic Society Maya Stretton, Young Ambassador, National Autistic Society Jackie O’Sullivan, Executive Director of Communications, Advocacy & Activism, The Royal Mencap Society Ciara Lawrence, Engagement Lead, The Royal Mencap Society George Appleton, Head of Policy, Care England Jim Blair, Consultant Nurse and Associate Professor (Hon), Learning Disabilities


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