LeDeR is short for an NHS programme called ‘Learning from lives and deaths – People with a learning disability and autistic people’.
The LeDeR programme looks to learn from the lives and deaths of people with a Learning Disability or Autism, using this knowledge to improve services and reduce health inequalities. Health inequalities are unfair differences that are seen when someone receives healthcare.
Two members of staff, who are Experts by Experience, sit on the LeDeR Quality Assurance (QA) panel to ensure that the voices of those with lived experiences are heard.
As well as being involved in the QA panel, Inclusion Gloucestershire are also creating an accessible LeDeR bi-monthly newsletter and other Easy Read information resources.
Our Latest Bi-Monthly LeDeR Newsletter
Our Latest LeDeR Annual Report for Gloucestershire
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Easy Read Report
Easy Read Information Resources
The LeDeR team have developed the Easy Read resources below to help tell people about the programme, the learning from LeDeR and the support that is available when accessing healthcare.
More resources will be added, so please keep coming back to the page to check.
About the LeDeR programme in Gloucestershire 2022
This explains how the programme works, the learning themes that come from the reviews and the action from learning.
This explains what Aspiration Pneumonia is, the signs of Aspiration, things that put you at risk of Pneumonia or Aspiration Pneumonia and importantly where to get help.
Accessing Healthcare in the Community
This explains some of the things that can help when accessing healthcare in the community.
It would be great to hear your feedback…
If you have any suggestions on how we could improve our bi-monthly LeDeR newsletters or any of our other resources, please contact our LeDeR Project Coordinator, Paul Tyrrell, via email: firstname.lastname@example.org