How to increase health check uptake for people with learning disabilities
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How to increase health check uptake for people with learning disabilities

Carly Dalton Specialist learning disability health facilitator, Sutton learning disability health facilitation project for Sutton Health and Care
Linsu Boniface Specialist learning disability health facilitator, Sutton learning disability health facilitation project for Sutton Health and Care
Choonwha Jung Senior care home liaison nurse, Learning disability care home support team for Sutton Health and Care

A nurse-led team improved outcomes for service users with individualised care during COVID-19

People with learning disabilities experience far poorer health outcomes than the general population, yet so much more could be done to prevent this and protect them.

Learning Disability Practice. 24, 6, 7-9. doi: 10.7748/ldp.24.6.7.s4

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