Learn how to adjust your care for people with learning disabilities
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Learn how to adjust your care for people with learning disabilities

Tricia Scott Consultant editor, Emergency Nurse

Imagine the anguish of a mother who has brought her child, who happens to have severe learning disabilities, to the emergency department (ED) for an unrelated issue, and who feels that she has not been listened to or consulted over her child’s needs.

Emergency Nurse. 29, 2, 5-5. doi: 10.7748/en.29.2.5.s1

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