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Next steps in developing services for people with learning disabilities in Greater Glasgow

Greater Glasgow Health Board.

Next steps in developing services for people with learning disabilities in Greater Glasgow

consultation paper

by Greater Glasgow Health Board.

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Published by The Board in [Glasgow] .
Written in English


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Shared Lives and Short Breaks Service is a service for people aged 16 and over with a wide range of disabilities, conditions and other support needs. Shared Lives and Short Break Carers support and include the person in their family and community life which, in many cases, leads to that individual naturally becoming a permanent part of a. services for people with learning disabilities are very good. It aims to get people talking to each other to make services better. It was a response to the abuse at Winterbourne View. This was an “Assessment and Treatment” centre. People with learning disabilities lived there. People with learning disabilities should be able to access healthy eating messages and be encouraged to build their capacity to access mainstream health programmes in their local community. This pack provides a step towards this goal. Please note: Future updates will be led by the Scottish Learning Disability Dietetic Clinical Network.


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Next steps in developing services for people with learning disabilities in Greater Glasgow by Greater Glasgow Health Board. Download PDF EPUB FB2

A) There are currently just over wte nursing staff working in specialist learning disability services within Greater Glasgow and Clyde.

63 of these posts are within 8 community teams and the remainder work within tier 4 inpatient services of which approximately a third are registered nursing staff. We provide healthcare to over million people and employ aro staff. Learning Disability Services & Facilities. Find out more about Learning Disabilty Services in Greater Glasgow and Clyde areas through the links below to each of the Community Health (and Care) Partnership websites.

Learning Disabilities Contacts Our services: Community Learning Disability Nursing, Learning Disability Psychiatry, Psychology, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy & Speech & Language Therapy. For Podiatry Service only - to self refer and make appointments from anywhere in Glasgow and Clyde area, please call or email [email protected].

Improving palliative care for people with learning disabilities in Scotland policy and practice Allison O’Donnell Practice Development Nurse Specialist Learning Disability Services Greater Glasgow and Clyde PCPLD Network Conference 20th Anniversary 13June The Scottish Commission for Learning Disability (SCLD) - SCLD aims to be knowledge hub - offering support, information and new ideas about learning disability in Scotland.

Change People - Is an organisation led by people with (learning) disabilities who work together for equal human rights.

They have parenting resources for parents with a. The Programme will develop an NHSGGC-wide Strategy for the future and implement recommendations which will be agreed through engagement with professionals, Carers, colleagues, and People with Learning Disability. Consultation & Engagement Documents - Consultation Period 23 May to 23 August A Strategy for the Future - Executive Summary (PDF).

There are five learning disability liaison nurses who work with GPs helping to improve the healthcare services provided to people with learning disabilities. NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde has received extra money from the Scottish Government, which will help to improve health services given to people with learning disabilities.

specialist adult NHS learning disability services in NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde. It aimed to create a strong sense of the unique contribution of specialist practitioners in helping people with learning disability achieve a good quality of life.

Our vision was and is to ensure that the specialist NHS Learning Disability. The publication of Strengthening the Commitment: the report of the UK Modernising Learning Disability Nursing Review brought a welcome focus on learning disability nursing at UK and Scotland level.

This interim report presents progress in Scotland. It provides an overview of successes, best practice and outlines the next steps in continuing our commitment to strengthening learning disability. The report aims to ensure that people with learning disabilities of all ages have access to expert Learning Disabilities Nurses and that their families and carers get the best support and care.

It also seeks to make best use of Learning Disabilities Nurses throughout the entire health and social care system and improve the career image of learning disabilities nursing as a whole. Apply to Learning Disability Nurse jobs now hiring in Glasgow onNHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde. Glasgow G51 4TF.

£31, - £39, a year. People also searched: learning Next steps in developing services for people with learning disabilities in Greater Glasgow book - rnld - nurse - learning disabilities nurse.

Glasgow Disability Alliance (GDA) is a membership organisation run by and for disabled people. We have members across Greater Glasgow - and counting.

We are controlled by our full members: disabled people and disabled people led organisations including Flourish House, Glasgow Access Panel, Glasgow Centre for Inclusive Living, Headway. People with a learning disability continue to experience significant inequalities; this service specification aims to address these by creating a fairer system which listens to what people with learning disabilities want and need from specialist services and to develop better ways of supporting our mainstream partners.

The new learning and development publication. In we created a new publication - Learning Disabilities; A discussion starter This new learning and development resource is for those in our congregations who are seeking to enable those with learning disabilities to meaningfully belong to their church community.

This article will examine the provision of services for people with learning disabilities, and identify areas for improvement including educational needs for midwives. (NHS Greater Glasgow and. This includes disseminating information to colleagues, encouraging myth-busting and becoming experts on Access to Work, learning disability programmes and networking with other partners.

This video highlights the benefits of using Access to Work to fund a Job Coach to support people with learning disabilities in NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde. NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde, Directorate of Forensic Mental Health and Learning Disabilities Background The Forensic Directorate provides specialist services for adults with mental health problems who may pose a risk to themselves or others, or have been in contact with the criminal justice system as a result of offending behaviour.

Learning disabilities and inequality. People with learning disabilities experience significant inequalities across multiple domains of life. Life expectancy is an important indicator of population health and studies have shown that people with learning disabilities have a shorter life expectancy than people in the general population.

Apply to Learning Disability jobs now hiring in Glasgow onthe world's largest job site. Learning Disability Jobs in Glasgow - August | Skip to Job Postings, Search Close.

Developing support and services for children and young people with a learning disability, autism or both. Supplement to Supporting people with a learning disability, autism or both who display behaviour that challenges, including those with a mental health condition: Service model for commissioners of health and social.

supports staff to really listen to the concerns of people with a learning disability and supports people with a learning disability to reflect on their lives and articulate views and concerns. We are hopeful that through this process they can identify the next steps to improve the quality of their lives and help address long standing inequalities.

learning disability and their families. Discussions concerning the development of this guidance have been both robust and challenging.

The purpose of this good practice guidance is to help Regional Partnership Boards to develop their own approaches to the integrated commissioning of services for people with learning disabilities. 6 Local Report (NHS Greater Glasgow): Learning Disabilities - February 1 Setting the Scene How the Quality Indicators were Developed In Marchthe Learning Disabilities Quality Indicator Revision Group was appointed to oversee the revision of the learning disability quality indicators.

The Group was chaired by Dr Margaret Whoriskey. expectancy of people with learning disabilities. While life expectancy is increasing, it remains shorter by some 20 years when compared to the general population and is shorter for people with severe learning disabilities (Scottish Government, ).

As a population, people with learning disabilities are experiencing a chang e in their. Find Learning Disabilities Counselling in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia and get help from New Glasgow Learning Disabilities Therapists for Learning Disabilities in New Glasgow, get help with Learning. Most of us understand that kids who have learning difficulties struggle with academics.

What many parents and educators don’t realize is that having a learning problem can also impair a child’s social skills and prevent him from having successful relationships with.

Being around other people encourages people with learning disabilities to develop their social skills. Developing social skills helps them to make friends and helps them to integrate into the community. People with learning disabilities are less likely to feel lonely or isolated if they have friends, family and carers to support them.

Adults with learning disabilities have unique skills and experience that can make them valuable employees. Jobs and careers for people with learning disabilities.

If you are one of the many people out there with a learning disability who finds themselves thinking “I have a learning disability and need a job”, VERCIDA can help you.

The keys to life is the Scottish Government’s ten year learning disability strategy for – It takes a human rights approach to addressing inequalities experienced by many people with learning disabilities.

The Implementation Framework presents four strategic objectives – A Healthy Life, Choice and Control, Independence. Social Care to examine how services for people with a learning disability could be strengthened. Ina statement of policy and practice for people with learning disability was published.

This describes the key principles, aims, responses and outcomes that the Welsh Assembly Government believes are desirable. This is Welsh. Over the last five years in Scotland and across the UK, people with learning disabilities have been the target of considerable legislative and policy changes.

A key theme relates to the inclusion of people with learning disabilities in the community â?. in education, in training and employment, and in relation to accessing health, housing, and leisure services. How to support people with learning disabilities Through GP Online Services, patients can access their GP surgery online.

4 Each person with a learning disability will need a different kind of help. Some people have a learning disability and a physical disability, some may have a visual or hearing impairment. Find it difficult to communicate. Transforming care for people with learning disabilities – next steps NHS England () Lillywhite A, Haines D Occupational therapy and people with learning disabilities: findings from a research study Royal College of Occupational Therapists () Violence and aggression: short-term management in mental health, health and community settings.

12, (%) adults with learning disabilities known to local authorities are the only person with learning disabilities living in their accommodation. Just over a fifth of adults with learning disabilities (4, people; %) live with at least one other person with learning disabilities.

At CrossReach we believe that everyone has the potential to live life to the full. We’ve been working alongside people with learning disabilities, autism and other support needs for over twenty years. For all of us here, the best part of the job is celebrating abilities and achievements, not any limitations you may have.

We’ll encourage you to choose the services and packages that you need. The revised Quality Indicators for Learning Disabilities were published in February The learning disability visit programme for – looks at the provision of community-based services for children and adults with complex needs, and progress with learning disability.

ment of Health () Valuing People: A new strategy for learning disability for the 21st Century. and Dying Well: Building on Progress.

() p21 CARE PATHWAY Recommendation 26 of the Learning Disability Strategy Keys to Life states that “the Glasgow palliative care pathway is evaluated and rolled. people with learning disabilities – next steps and the Learning Disabilities Mortality Review (LeDeR) programme.

They also reflect the work of other arm’s length bodies, in particular that of NHS quality improvement in developing services and pathways for people with learning disabilities, autism or. The report, Mapping the Employability Landscape for People with Learning Disabilities in Scotland, by the Scottish Commission for Learning Disabilities (SCLD), found that the employment rate for people with a learning disability is in the range of %, compared to a disability rate of 42% and an overall employment rate of 73%.

and NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde) Next Steps • Health policies in Scotland note a: “continuing shift in the pattern of disease towards long-term conditions, and growing numbers of older people with multiple conditions and complex needs placing changing.

Intellectual Disabilities. Intellectual disabilities have been commonly known as mental retardation, although this term is no longer used (Leahy, Fuzy & Grafe, ) as it is offensive.

Having an intellectual disability means the person’s cognitive ability is below the average for a person at their age. People with intellectual disabilities may range from having a mild to a severe.The aim of the Learning Disability Transition Pathway Competency Framework is to support the development of people who work in services with young people with learning disabilities, as they lead up to and make the transition from children's to adults’ service provision, by providing a consistent standard for the skills, knowledge and competencies required in transition.Confirm Newsletter Signup.

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