Are we listening to the seldom heard?
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Are we listening to the seldom heard?

Jonathan Beebee RCN professional lead in Learning disabilities

Seek out the views of people with profound and multiple learning disabilities to ensure their needs are met

There is long-standing recognition in the learning disability and mental health sector that autistic people who do not have a learning disability fall between gaps and their needs can go unmet.

Learning Disability Practice. 25, 4, 17-17. doi: 10.7748/ldp.25.4.17.s9

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