The health needs of people with learning disabilities: issues and solutions

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Many people with learning disabilities are not getting their annual health check, facing increased risk factors to a number of diseases as a result. This article considers what more can be done to help those most at risk.

Jim Blair is a Consultant Nurse in Learning (Intellectual) Disabilities. In the linked post he discusses fundamental working approaches and frameworks which can go a long way in ensuring quality, even life-saving treatment.


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