This Framework aims to improve the health and wellbeing of people with a learning disability, their carers and families, by promoting social inclusion, reducing inequalities in health and social wellbeing and improving the quality of health and social care services, especially supporting those most vulnerable in our society.
This report summarises the findings of investigations into ten deaths from sepsis which have deemed to be avoidable. It highlights clinical and organisational issues in detail which contributed to the failure of care in each of the ten deaths. The report then goes on to discuss themes across all of these deaths and sets out recommendations and quality standards for safe sepsis care.
This guidance document provides an overview of the issues that need to be considered when designing transition services and also specific frameworks for working with young people in the early, middle and late phases of adolescence. It also includes the RCN clinical pathway for adolescent transition.
This report is based on interviewing 180 patients and families about their experience of transition to adult care. It includes key messages for commissioners about listening to young people and their families, following existing guidance, involving GPs earlier and recognising this as a key developmental phase.