Developing tools to enable easier access to mainstream services
Crispin Hebron Learning disability nurse consultant, 2gether NHS Foundation Trust, Gloucester
In the county where Crispin Hebron works reasonable adjustments are being made to improve outcomes for people with learning disabilities. He explains the benefits of the approach being used
The author describes how the Gloucestershire reasonable adjustment outcome tool was developed and what it is intended to achieve. Along with details of how the tool was implemented, its structure and content are also described to aid effective use. The author hopes that others will use the concept and the design of this approach to enhance the development of reasonable adjustments and access to mainstream services in their areas.
Learning Disability Practice. 14, 9, 22-26. doi: 10.7748/ldp2011.11.14.9.22.c8807Correspondence
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