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Learning disability and autism provision in the Mental Health (Scotland) Act 2003: findings from a scoping exercise

Published: 12 Jan 2017
Part of:
Health and social care
ISBN:
9781786527103

Findings to help assess provisions for people with learning disabilities and autism in the Mental Health Act.

60 page PDF

708.3kB

60 page PDF

708.3kB

Contents
Learning disability and autism provision in the Mental Health (Scotland) Act 2003: findings from a scoping exercise
Annex 1: Survey responses

60 page PDF

708.3kB

Annex 1: Survey responses

List of organisational respondents

Local authorities / NHS bodies / Health and Social Care Partnerships (11)

  • Aberdeen City Council
  • Clackmannanshire and Stirling Councils
  • East Dunbartonshire LD / MH teams and relevant staff in HSCP
  • East Renfrewshire Council
  • Fife Health and Social Care Partnership
  • Learning Disability Services across the three Health and Social Care Partnerships in North, South and East Ayrshire and Arran
  • Kelvinbank Resource Centre staff group, East Dunbartonshire Council
  • Learning Disability Division, NHSGGC
  • NHS Lanarkshire, Occupational Therapy, Learning Disability
  • North Lanarkshire Health and Social Care Partnership
  • Renfrewshire Learning Disability Service Community Team

Professional / regulatory bodies (5)

  • Care Inspectorate
  • General Medical Council
  • RCGP Scotland
  • Social Work Scotland
  • Social Work Scotland Learning Disability Sub Group

Third sector organisations (6)

  • Autism Argyll
  • Dunoon Autism Support Group
  • ENABLE Scotland
  • Grampian Opportunities
  • Scottish Association for Mental Health
  • Scottish Independent Advocacy Alliance

Learning disability or autism service user, advocacy or campaign groups (4)

  • Autism Rights
  • Ellon Resource Centre service users group, Aberdeenshire
  • People First (x2), including national strategy group

Response rate to survey questions

Consultation question Number of responses % of 60 responses*
To what extent are the suggestions made by Millan still relevant to consider in the review? 51 85%
Are there any other issues you think the review should look at? 53 88%
Are there any issues that you think the review should NOT look at? 30 50%
Do you have any views about how the review should be governed or led? Please explain your answer. 43 72%
What are your thoughts about how the review should gather evidence and consult people? 43 72%
Which individuals / groups / organisations should be involved in the review? 45 75%
Are there any practical issues that should be considered when deciding how the review should be carried out (for example, information requirements for different groups, format and location of meetings and events, etc.)? 42 70%
If you are aware of any examples of good practice for engaging with different groups which might provide lessons for the review, please describe them briefly here. 39 65%

* Comments made in the three Easy Read responses have not been included in the calculation of response rate as the questions in the Easy Read questionnaire were slightly different.


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