The CQC published the second phase of the independent review into regulation of Whorlton Hall, undertaken by clinical psychologist, Professor Glynis Murphy.
The psychological trauma suffered by family carers of children and adults with a learning disability and/ or autism and the support required.
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NHS Digital have published their monthly data set, showing 2,060 children, young people and adults were in inpatient settings at the end of October 2020.
Public Health England have published a report (12th November 2020).
CQC are conducting a national review into the use of Do Not Resuscitate orders during Covid-19, with a focus on people with learning disabilities and autism and older people.
Radio 4 File on 4 looked at Transforming Care, revisiting Bethany’s story which they first covered in 2018.
CQC commissioned to review use of restraint, seclusion and segregation for autistic people, and people with a learning disability and/or mental health condition.
The government response shows a lack of commitment to concrete actions.