Advanced care planning is something that everyone should consider as they age. Making clear plans helps families and carers to respect a person’s decisions about their health.
Discussions about ageing and dying can be difficult, but it happens to all of us and people with Learning Disabilities may find this information helpful and comforting.
End of life care resources for people with Learning Disabilities from Kirklees Health and Care Partnership
End of Life resources for people with Learning Disabilities from Kirklees Council
Recommended Summary Plan for Emergency Care and Treatment (ReSPECT) A short plan about what should happen if a person needs health care or treatment in an emergency (introduction). (EasyRead)
ReSPECT leaflet 2, Making Choices (EasyRead)
ReSPECT leaflet 3, Making a ReSPECT Plan (EasyRead)
ReSPECT leaflet 4, Two Stories (EasyRead)
ReSPECT leaflet 5, Where to find out more (EasyRead)
Menopause can be a challenging time for everyone who experiences it. We have created this Easy Read document about Menopause which may be helpful for people with Learning Disabilities.