Under-represented communities and health inclusion groups

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  • 912 members of ethnic minority groups
  • 1,212 people with disabilities
  • 183 lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer people
  • 851 carers
  • 3,609 senior citizens
  • 63 younger people (university and college groups)
  • 129 users of pregnancy and maternity services
  • 154 sign language users
  • 208 military veterans
  • 12 people who represent refugees and asylum seekers
  • 322 people with mental health problems
  • 22 people who misuse substances
  • 9 people who are experiencing homelessness
  • 9 members of the Gypsy, Roma and Traveller community
  • 327 unemployed people or people on low incomes

"The group has appreciated the opportunity to give detailed feedback about the New Hospitals Programme, which it has done through interviews and questionnaires. Adults with autism can often feel sidelined and considered an addendum to adults with learning difficulties when, in fact, many do not have learning difficulties."

Daniel Hall, Cloverleaf Lancashire

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