Please complete our survey about end of life care for people with learning disabilities

Most of us would wish to die at home, but the reality is that most still die in hospital. ‘End of life care’ is the support and care of people who are dying because of their illness. Usually a range of services will contribute to the care of each person. Good end of life care can mean that people are supported at the end of their life in the way they wish, in the place they wish.

Skills for People supported by Skills for Care is finding out about end of life care for people with learning disabilities. We want to know if support providers and their staff are able to provide end of life care with confidence, and what barriers they might face in doing this. We want to hear about your experiences with the aim of producing a practical guide about where to get local help, what good training should include etc.

We are asking service providers across the North East to complete our Survey – it only takes a few minutes. You can complete it anonymously if you wish. Thank you!

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