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Dr Ned Redmore

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Externally funded projects

Co-producing an autism and profound learning disability service experience tool
RoleStart dateEnd dateFunding source
Lead02 Aug 202331 Mar 2024Autistica

This project aims to co-produce a tool aimed at enabling day services to document the views and experiences of autistic people with profound learning disabilities for use in service development and evaluation. Such tools are of pressing need, as highlighted by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (2018) who regard capturing the views of people who access services as being key to improving social care provision. This group rely on service provision throughout adulthood, yet there are no tools or approaches that have been developed to capture this group’s views or experiences. The tool’s concept emanates from inclusive research involving autistic people with profound learning disabilities. It is now being co-produced to a practical application through interviews and workshops with autistic people, people with learning disabilities, family members and support practitioners. Autistica’s funding will expand and conclude co-production activities and support the development of a community informed application to NIHR’s Research for Social Care call.


Day service cultures from the perspectives of autistic people with profound learning disabilities (2024)
Redmore, Ned
British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 52(1) (pp. 54-65)

Proposing an Academic Space of “Autism and Profound Learning Disability” (2023-08-25)
Redmore, Ned
International Journal of Disability and Social Justice, 3(2) (pp. 91-106)

[Book Review] Seen and Heard: Exploring Participation, Engagement and Voice for Children with Disabilities (2020)
Redmore, Ned
Children & Society, 34(3) (pp. 234-235)