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

Will Integrated Care Systems end inequality for people with a learning disability?

With demand for health and care growing as resources become increasingly scant, there has never been a better time for greater collaboration between health, social care and other services to improve efficiency and provide a more joined up experience for local communities. This is why in July last year 42 Integrated Care Systems (ICS) were established across England as part of the new Health and Care Act. The aim was to bring commissioners and service providers of health services together with local authorities and partners to plan and deliver integrated services to improve the health of the local population. The


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