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|RCN Survey LD service Cuts|
|Sunday, 15 April 2012 20:10|
As a nurse working with people who live with learning disabilities, you know better than anyone else what support these clients need and how best we can care for them.
However, you may also know about any pressures that your specialism is currently facing, and what impact these might be having on the clients you work so hard to look after.
Will you tell us about any cuts facing learning disability services? We need to know as soon as possible.
Over the coming weeks, we want to shine a light on your important role and the incredible difference it can make to people with learning disabilities.
We can only do this however, if you tell us whether you're facing cuts to posts, an increase in your workload and any other pressures that may impact on the care you can deliver to clients.
Tell us what you know now, complete our quick survey:
|Last Updated on Sunday, 15 April 2012 20:18|