Reasonable adjustments to reduce health inequalities for people with a learning disability and autistic people

16 Jun 2022
Mental health learning theatre
Mental health

Hear from Fazilla Amide, a family carer adviser in the learning disability and autism programme at NHS England and NHS Improvement, and her 18-year-old son Kareem, who has a learning disability, is autistic and has complex needs. Learn about their good and bad experiences of reasonable adjustments and the impact it can have on supporting a successful appointment.

This session invites you to talk about personal experiences of offering reasonable adjustments to share good practice and learning.

Gracie Holt, Learning Disability Liaison Practitioner - Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Krystal Hemingway, Health Improvement Programme Lead Primary Care - NHSE/I