Engage to Change Submits Evidence on Neurodiversity in the Criminal Justice System
The Engage to Change project has submitted evidence to the HM Inspectorate of Probation on how to give better support to autistic people and people with a learning disability in prison.
The consultation was asking, among other things, about programmes and interventions that have been specifically designed or adapted for neurodiverse needs. In our response we suggested supported employment as a method to support neurodivergent people in the criminal justice system.
You can read the whole response here (Neurodiversity CJS E2C submission FINAL – opens in Word). Welsh translation of the document available on request.
Please contact Grace for different formats or with any other questions at Grace.Krause@LDW.org.uk.