Adjusting blood tests for people with learning disabilities

This report is the fifteenth in a series of reports looking at reasonable adjustments in a specific service area. The aim of these reports is to share information, ideas and good practice in relation to the provision of reasonable adjustments.

This latest guide is to help health professionals who need to take blood from someone with learning disabilities. It may also be of use to paid social care or health staff and family members when they are supporting someone to have a blood test. It contains links to resources as well as examples of good practice.

The report can be downloaded here.

You can find some of our previous reports from this reasonable adjustments series here.

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