I lead on learning disabilities for the National Development Team for Inclusion (NDTi). It's important to note that all organisations providing NHS or public funded adult social care must have fully implemented the Accessible Information Standard by the end of July.
Sue Turner trained as a nurse for people with learning disabilities in Bristol. She has worked within and managed a variety of services for people with learning disabilities. Sue was the Valuing People Lead in the South West region for four and a half years. When she joined the National Development Team for Inclusion (NDTi) she led on the Improving Health and Lives (IHaL) Learning Disabilities Health Observatory project for three years. She now leads on learning disabilities for the NDTi, and is a Co-Director of IHaL.
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