A year-long pilot which has seen mental health nurses working in Suffolk doctors’ surgeries to improve care for patients with learning disabilities has been permanently commissioned due to its success.
Suffolk’s most senior clergyman has said he is “horrified and heartbroken” by the Grenfell Tower fire, with the county’s Christian community rallying to collect essentials for those suffering in the aftermath.
A centre used to offer people with learning disabilities in Suffolk planned breaks away from home will be transformed into an urgent respite facility, if proposals revealed today are given the go-ahead.
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