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Learning Disabilities Mortality Review (LeDer) Programme

The Learning Disabilities Mortality Review (LeDeR) Programme is delivered by the University of Bristol. It is commissioned by the Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership (HQIP) on behalf of NHS England.  Work on the LeDeR programme commenced in June 2015 for an initial three-year period.

A key part of the LeDeR Programme is to support local areas to review the deaths of people with learning disabilities‌. The Programme is developing and rolling out a review process for the deaths of people with learning disabilities, helping to promote and implement the new review process, and providing support to local areas to take forward the lessons learned in the reviews in order to make improvements to service provision. The LeDeR Programme will also collate and share the anonymised information about the deaths of people with learning disabilities so that common themes, learning points and recommendations can be identified and taken forward into policy and practice improvements.

Who can notify us of a death?

Anyone can notify us including people with learning disabilities themselves, family members, friends and paid staff.

Click here to notify us of a death online

OR  

Call us on 0300 777 4774.

Please click on the link below to read about the Learning Disabilities Mortality Review Programme

Easy read programme information sheet (PDF, 770kB) 

Information Leaflet for families

Information Leaflet for Professionals

Useful Links

Learning Disbilities Mortality Review (LeDer) Programme