As part of the ‘Declare Your Care’ campaign, people with learning disabilities, as well as their family, carers and advocates, are being encouraged to speak openly about their experience of care - good or bad.

The campaign is led by the Care Quality Commission and you can get involved by following the link below.

Research shows people with a learning disability are more likely to regret not complaining about poor care than those without. They are also twice as likely to have concerns about maternity services and mental health services.

Lack of information given about health conditions and treatment options were revealed as the main reasons for people with a learning disability or their carer to want to raise a concern.

Find out more about the campaign and hear people talk about how they shared their experience of care

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