Wednesday 26 November 2014
ADASS President David Pearson said the Association welcomes Sir Stephen’s report “which pulls together all the learning we have made OVER the last three years. It is vital now that organisations across the board work together to ensure that vulnerable people have their needs met in the right place, at the right time.
“As Sir Stephen says, there is a need to increase significantly the availability of community-based options for care to transform the lives of, and support for, people with learning disabilities and autism.
“We look forward to working with all relevant agencies to make sure these objectives are met.”