Commissioning for a Good Life: Evaluating the Impact Five Years On

In March 2019, the National Commissioning Board introduced crucial guidelines aimed at enhancing the lives of people with learning disabilities. The document, titled “Commissioning Accommodation and Support for a Good Life for People with a Learning Disability,” set a framework for better accommodation and support services.

Five years later, the effectiveness of these guidelines is under review. The key questions now are:

  • Has this guidance made a significant impact?
  • Has it advanced our efforts in supporting individuals with learning disabilities?

To answer these questions, a comprehensive survey has been launched. This survey seeks to collect feedback from stakeholders, service providers, and the community at large. The goal is to gauge the real-world outcomes of the 2019 guidelines and gather insights to guide future policies.


You can undertake the survey by following this link: