Blood tests for people with learning disabilities

Blood tests for people with learning disabilities: making reasonable adjustments  |Public Health England   

People with learning disabilities may need particular adjustments to help make health care services easier for them to experience. These guides are for health and social care professionals who deliver, provide or plan services that may be used by people with learning disabilities.

This guidance contains ideas and good practice in relation to the provision of reasonable adjustments relating to taking blood from someone with learning disabilities.

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