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Introduction

LeDeR is a service improvement programme to improve services for people with a learning disability and autistic people.

Established in 2017 and funded by NHS England and NHS Improvement, it is the first of its kind and was created to improve care, reduce health inequalities and prevent people with a learning disability dying sooner than the general population. From late 2021 LeDeR will include improving services for autistic people too.

Learning Disabilities Mortality Review (LeDeR) Annual Report 2019-2020

The Learning Disabilities Mortality Review (LeDeR) is a national programme that aims to improve the lives of people with learning disabilities. The LeDeR Programme reviews the deaths of any person with a learning disability aged four years and over, with the outcomes and recommendations that come from these reviews being used to improve standards and quality of care, locally and nationally.

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