Future vision for mental health, learning disabilities and autism services

15 Jun 2022
PUU6 - 13
Mental health , Quality & clinical improvement

Mental health, learning disability and autism services in England are being transformed, but current Long Term Plan commitments, which are helping to propel these changes, only go up to 2023/24.

Explore why this transformation needs to continue as we share a vision for what mental health support and services for people with learning disabilities and autism should look like in ten years’ time.

Hear about a Mental Health Network-commissioned initiative, being undertaken by the Centre for Mental Health, exploring how services and systems need to improve and innovate to meet people's needs in future. Delve into the key findings and reflect on the takeaways ahead of publication of the final report.

Phil Moore, Chair - Mental Heath and Learning Disabilities/Autism System Group
Amy Pollard, Research Associate - Centre for Mental Health
Jan Hutchinson, Director of Programme and Performance - Centre for Mental Health