Reports are now being written about how Coronavirus (also called COVID-19) has affected the lives everyone and what lessons can be learnt from the issues highlighted by the pandemic.
Some reports focus on the impact of Coronavirus on people with disabilities and those in BAME communities.
On this page we have listed reports which are in an accessible format.
Easy Read Resources:
- Information about how many people with a learning disability have died during the coronavirus outbreak compared to last year by the Care Quality Commission
- Beyond COVID: Race, Health and Inequality in Gloucestershire report by Gloucestershire County Council
- How Covid-19 affected the rights of people with intellectual disabilities and families (easy read summary at the start of the report) by Inclusion Europe
- Filling in the Gaps: Self-Advocacy during the Pandemic report by the Open University
- Keeping Well and Staying Connected report by the Open University
- Coronavirus, disability and access to services report by the UK Parliament Women and Equalities Committee
- Do Not Resuscitate Notices and People with Learning Disabilities January – April 2020 during Covid 19 Findings from our Survey by Learning Disability England
- Coronavirus and People with Learning Disabilities Study: What we know so far (March 2021) by The University of Warwick, UK Research and Innovation, Manchester Metropolitan University together with contributors from other Universities and Organisations
- Easy Read press release about the Coronavirus and People with Learning Disabilities Study by Learning Disability England
- Data on deaths of people with a Learning Disability article by the Care Quality Commission
- Support for carers beyond COVID-19 report by Gloucestershire County Council