Do you want to improve the health and wellbeing of your patients with a learning disability?
If the answer is yes, then our free pilot quality checkers programme is
a fantastic way to do this.
Who are Quality Checkers?
Quality Checkers are made up of people with learning disabilities and carers of those with a learning disability to look at the quality of local services they use. They have been trained on how to conduct a quality check. Additional service specific awareness is given.
What a Quality Checker does?
They use their own experience to judge the service’s quality of care and support.
Quality Checkers can recommend on how to improve the service to meet their needs and the needs of other people with a learning disability.
This is not a formal inspection and any recommendations made are implemented at the discretion of the service.
Services they can check are:
- Accident and Emergency Departments
- Acute Hospitals
- GP Surgeries
- High Street Dentists
- Community Health Services
- Mental Health In-patient Services
- Learning disability services
- Day Opportunities/services
- Residential settings
- Supported Living
For more information please contact Carol Gardner on the details below: