Funding opportunities available for people of any age who have a learning disability/and or autistic people, or their family/carers which will provide opportunities for either social inclusion, physical and/or mental wellbeing.

Click here for more information on how to apply.

The Humber Transforming
Care Partnership

The Humber Transforming Care Partnership works across Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire. The partnership includes of a number of health and social care organisations across the Humber area working together to improve health and care of people with autism or a learning disability.

The Humber Transforming
Care Partnership

Transforming care is all about improving health and care services so that more people with a learning disability and/or autistic people can live in the community, with the right support, and close to home. This means that fewer people will need to go into hospital for their care.
Local services can provide better and more joined-up care for patients when different organisations work together in this way. This also ensures that the Transforming Care Partnership has a good overview of the health and social care system across the Humber area.
Click here to find out how to get involved

Our Objectives

There are three overarching objectives for the Transforming Care programme:

To improve the quality of care for people with a learning disability and people with autism.

To improve the quality of life for people with a learning disability and people with autism.

To reduce inappropriate hospital admissions and length of stay through enhancement of community provisions.

Click here to view the Humber Transforming Care Big Plan for 2022 - 2024
Click here to download the accompanying Humber Transforming Care strategy
Click here to view in easy read format

Upcoming Events

Browse through the calendar below to see what events we have coming up that you can get involved in.

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Humber Transforming Care News

Learning from LeDeR easy read newsletter September 2023.
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NHS England have published their latest Learning Disability & Autism update for October 2023.
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Case Training Services are hosting an Art Exhibition in Hull.
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We would like to fund projects for people (of any age) who have a learning disability/ and or autism, or their family/ carers.
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We have two online courses available:
The first course will provide you with knowledge and understanding of what it means to be neurodiverse, while encouraging positive awareness of common neurodiverse conditions across the lifespan.
The second course aims to raise awareness of the challenges people face when accessing primary care services and will encourage staff to adapt and improve patient experience in support of autistic patients.
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