Transforming Care Questionnaire

Transforming Care is a programme of work to improve services for people with learning disabilities and/or autism, who display behaviour that challenges, including those with a mental health condition. This will drive system-wide change and enable more people to live in the community, with the right support, and close to home.

This work is being jointly led by NHS England, the Association of Adult Social Services (ADASS), the Care Quality Commission (CQC), Local Government Association (LGA), Health Education England (HEE) and the Department of Health (DH),

The National Forum for People with Learning Disabilities and the National Valuing Families Forum have been asked to find out what carers and people with learning disabilities know about this work. This questionnaire will help us find out what people know nationally. Inclusion North will collect all of the information from this questionnaire and send it to NHS England by the end of March 2016.

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    Local people with learning disabilities and family carers should know about Transforming Care and the responsibilities that Local Authorities and Clinical Commissioning Groups have.
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    Local people working together

    Local self advocacy and family carer groups should be linked into their Transforming Care work-plan. They should be working in partnership to plan what needs to be done locally to make sure Transforming Care really happens.
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    Good care in hospital

    Local groups self advocates and family carer groups should know about the plans for people who are living in assessment and treatment or secure units to leave. These are called discharge plans.
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    Stopping people going into hospital if they don’t need to

    Local self advocacy and family carer groups should be working with the Transforming Care Partnership and local Health and Wellbeing Boards. Their job is to make sure that services are being planned to stop people needing to go into hospital. That means really good support in the community
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    Keeping people safe

    Local self advocacy and family carer groups should be working with their Safeguarding Board to make sure that they are thinking about how to keep people safe.
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    Changing how care and support happens

    Local self advocacy and family carer groups should be able to see a real change in how services are being designed and delivered. They should be able to see how care and support is getting more person centred, so that people really can get the support they want.
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