'Distressing failures' in NHS care for people with learning disabilities

Quality of care in the NHS and social services for people with learning disabilities is "at best patchy and at worst an indictment of our society"

A report into the deaths of six people with learning disabilities has uncovered “significant and distressing” failures in services across health and social care.

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