Learning Disability Mortality Reviews (LeDeR) Annual Report: Bradford District and Craven 2019/20
The LeDeR Programme supports local areas in England to review the deaths of people with learning disabilities aged 4 years and over. Its main aims are:
- To support improvements in the quality of health and social care service delivery for people with learning disabilities.
- To help reduce premature mortality and health inequalities for people with learning disabilities.
A confidential telephone number and website enables families, health and social care providers and other key people to notify the LeDeR team of the death of someone with learning disabilities. An initial review of the death will then take place. The purpose of this is to provide sufficient information to be able to determine if there are any areas of concern in relation to the care of the person who has died and if indicated, a more in-depth, multi-agency review will then be conducted to see if any further learning could be gained that would contribute to improving practice. The reviews also identify areas of good practice which can be shared.
As part of the review, the local reviewer would speak to family members, friends, professionals and anyone else involved in supporting the person who has died to find out more about their life and the circumstances leading to their death.
You can read the Bradford District and Craven CCG Annual LeDeR Report 2019-2020 here (opens in a new window)
Our annual report looks at what our CCG has done over the past year. Our CCG came into operation on 1 April 2020 and therefore our first annual report will be published for 2020/2021. It will be made available on this webpage once published.
You can take a look at the annual reports for our previous three CCGs (Airedale, Wharfedale and Craven CCG, Bradford City CCG and Bradford Districts CCG) on the archive page of our website.
West Yorkshire and Harrogate joint committee of CCGs – annual report
Our CCG is part of the West Yorkshire and Harrogate joint committee of CCGs. The joint committee plays a vital role in the West Yorkshire and Harrogate Health and Care Partnership and links directly into the Partnership’s priorities. It brings together the Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) leaders from our local places – Bradford District and Craven, Calderdale, Harrogate, Kirklees, Leeds and Wakefield – to take collective decisions that help improve the health and wellbeing of our people and communities.
You can read the annual reports of the joint committee on the publications page of the West Yorkshire and Harrogate Health and Care Partnership website (opens in a new window).
Our strategies are currently in development and will be published here once available.