This service specification covers the provision of auditory brainstem implant services for children with congenital abnormalities of the auditory nerves or cochleae.
This research brief is based on data from the second Longitudinal Study of Young People in England (LSYPE2). In 2015, LSYPE2 interviewed 10,010 young people in year 11. The report provides: statistics on different types of reported bullying the results for pupils
Qualitative research to understand anti-bullying practices schools have found effective. These include approaches to tackling bullying generally and more specific types of bullying, for example: racial bullying special educational needs and disability (SEND) bullying lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT)
Care and Support Alliance report on how the social care crisis is affecting the day to day lives of older people, working aged disabled people and unpaid carers across the country. It identifies that currently at least 1.2 million older people and disabled
Paper that establishes how goverment, employers, charities, healthcare providers and local authorities will work to break down employment barriers for disabled people and people with health conditions over the next ten years. The actions outlined for health services focus on
Report that looks at disabled people’s experiences of talking about their impairment or condition at work. It finds that many disabled people struggle to share information about their impairment or condition in the workplace. This can make it harder for disabled people
This report addresses the extremely important area of epilepsy in the field of intellectual disability (ID), also known as learning disability. Epilepsy and ID are two conditions that carry stigma and can lead to social isolation. An individual who experiences
The document provides guidance for Transforming Care Partnerships (and their local partners CCGs/ LAs) in commissioning support and services for children and young people with learning disability, autism or both. It supplements Building the Right Support and the National Service Model.
A guide for commissioners and providers of social and medical care for older people with hearing loss to help maintain health, wellbeing and independence. Guide produced to help deliver more of the recommendations in the Action Plan on Hearing Loss.
A guide for commissioners, education and service providers to support young people with hearing loss through transition. Guide produced to help deliver more of the recommendations in the Action Plan on Hearing Loss.
Describes the impact of hearing loss in relation to employment and why it is important for employers to be aware of this. Employers should be familiar with their responsibilities under the Equality Act 2010 it also summarises what should be considered for employees
This brief audit tool is an update of one published by the Learning Disabilities Observatory (then known as IHaL) in 2011. It is designed to support practices, primary care liaison staff, health facilitators and others to improve the uptake and
Report that identifies social care funding is poorly serving Britains 11 million people with disability. It is undermining the choice, quality and personalisation that is required by the Care Act 2014. Disabled people are receiving less care, and sometimes poorer care. It
Report that presents the findings from the fourth autism self-assessment exercise carried out by local authorities (LAs) between July and November 2016. It shows the LAs progress towards meeting the requirements of the Autism Act. Additional Item
With the right support, people with a learning disability can have their say about the NHS. This is important because they are the experts on their experience of using services. They know what works and what does not work for them so working
Report looking at the shared lives sector (an alternative to home care and care homes for disabled adults and older people) and how the scheme has grown in recent times, in terms of number of staff and carers as well as
This report examines how the NHS in England and local authorities seek to improve the lives of the 129,000 people aged 18 to 64 who use local authority learning disability support services. It finds that good progress has been made by
This Commons Library briefing paper provides information on the inquiry by the UN Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities into the impact of Government policies on the rights of disabled people since 2010.
This Commons Library briefing looks at controversial proposals put forward by the Government to change the eligibility criteria for Personal Independence Payment (PIP) from 16 March 2017, to reverse the effect of two recent Upper Tribunal judgments.
There are rising numbers of disabled children with complex needs and/or lifelimiting conditions, who, with their families, are likely to need support from health, education and social care continuously or at times throughout their life. This report aims explore what