The NHS Health Service wants to make sure it provides good health care. The NHS wants to know from patients how good their treatment is and if it works. The NHS uses questionnaires to ask people about their healthcare. These questionnaires are called ‘patient-reported outcome measures’ or PROMS. But can people who have difficulties with reading fill them out?
People with learning disabilities CAN complete questionnaires BUT:
Doctors said questionnaires would be useful if:
If you woud like to get in touch with the Social History of Learning Disability (SHLD) Research Group, please contact:
Chair of the Social History of Learning Disability (SHLD) Research Group
School of Health, Wellbeing and Social Care
Faculty of Wellbeing, Education and Language Studies
The Open University
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