Videos

These films have been put together to tell the story of the LeDeR programme through the lens of family members and LeDeR reviewers. Together they tell the story of the programme. Separately, they can used to help explain the work the programme does to families and carers and will also act as useful tools during reviewer training.

Why the LeDeR programme is so important

 Why the LeDeR programme is so important

Length: 11 minutes

Content: Family carers describe their experience of LeDeR reviews.  LeDeR reviewers explain why families and carers can be key in the reviews of deaths of people with learning disabilities.

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Essential information about LeDeR for families

Essential information about LeDeR for families

Length: 5 minutes

Content: Professor Pauline Heslop provides family carers with key information about the LeDeR programme. She explains the reasons for LeDeR; and talks about reviews and reviewers, reports and recommendations.

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Family carers talk about LeDeR and why it's so important

 Family carers talk about LeDeR and why it's so important

Length: 8 minutes

Content: Family carers explain why they welcome the LeDeR programme, the significance of their knowledge and lived experiences.

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Taking part in an initial review

 Taking part in an initial review

Length: 4 minutes

Content: Christine describes taking part in an Initial Review after her brother's death. She explains what happened before, during and after the review and why she'd encourage other relatives to take part in LeDeR reviews.

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Taking part in a multi-agency review

 

Taking part in a multi-agency review

Length: 5 minutes

ContentAndy and Kerrie describe taking part in a LeDeR multi-agency review after Andy's sister died. We learn how telling a reviewer their story led to a multi-agency review and how they were supported during the multi-agency meeting, as well as its consequences.

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LeDeR reviewers talk to families

 LeDeR reviewers talk to families

Length: 6 minutes

Content: Professionals associated with LeDeR reviews answer questions asked by family carers. What should relatives expect to happen during LeDeR reviews? Is a review the same as an investigation? Who does reviews and are they independent?

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