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Learning disabilities and BME communities : principles for best practice

The purpose of this briefing is to present some ideas for best practice in the effective delivery of learning disability services to users from BME communities. The briefing draws on the findings of qualitative research undertaken by INLOGOV for a local authority seeking to improve the historically low uptake of these services by individuals from BME communities. After briefly providing some detail of the broad findings from this research, the briefing uses these themes to develop principles of best practice in this field, with a particular emphasis on service-user involvement. http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/Documents/college-social-sciences/government-society/inlogov/briefing-papers/learning-disabilities-bme-communities.pdf

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