Person-Centred Support

Here you can see the actions being taken by CB-NSG members and other individuals around promoting person-centred support.

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This is a ‘living document’, capturing what is currently being done, and/or actions that are planned – it will be updated as and when progress is made and as more actions are taken. It brings together a range of activities and work being carried out by various individuals and organisations and aims to co-ordinate and amplify the impact. If you think that something you are doing aligns with the themes of the action plan and you’d like to consider including it as one of these actions, please get in touch.


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Person-Centred Support



Promoting good practice by ensuring the NICE guidance relating to children, young people and adults with a learning disability, including those whose behaviour challenges, is a) promoted widely, and b) embedded in practice 


    • Relevant NICE guidance has been identified for inclusion as part of the development of the guide and toolkit for commissioners 

See ‘A Skilled, Supported Workforce’ for more information on the commissioners’ toolkit


Next steps: 

    • Create surveys for a) people with a learning disability, b) family carers, and c) people working within services to share their experiences of the extent to which NICE guidance is embedded within services 
    • Create and distribute ‘did you know?’ information sheets that simplify and explain NICE guidance relating to people with a learning disability 
    • Write to ICB learning disability leads to ask them if/how they are monitoring compliance with NICE guidelines 
    • Create posters based on the ‘did you know?’ information sheets that can be shared with relevant people and organisations, for example GPs, Parent Carer Networks 


For more information on these actions, including if you are interested in being involved in any of them, please email 


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