Easyhealth – Site for people to find health information that is easy to understand, in order to make it simpler for people with learning disabilities to know more about their health.
e-Learning for General Practice – Online e-learning resource for NHS General Practitioners and doctors undertaking specialty training for UK general practice, jointly developed by the Royal College of General Practitioners and e-Learning for Healthcare, and including a module on learning disabilities.
Epilepsy Action – Website containing "everything you need to know about epilepsy". The site also contains an Email Helpline service which will do its best to email you a reply to an issue which is not included on the site within 48 hours.
Estia Centre – The Estia Centre is a training, research and development resource for those who support adults with learning disabilities and additional mental health needs, based at Guy’s Hospital, London.
European Association of Intellectual Disability Medicine – MAMH is an organisation of European doctors working within different specialties who are committed to high quality medical care for people with learning disabilities. It aims to bring together knowledge of service provision, medical education, research and evidence based medical care from Europe and the rest of the world and to eventually establish 'Intellectual Disability Medicine' as a specialty in all European countries.
European Declaration on the Health of Children and Young People with Intellectual Disabilities and their Families – A new landmark European declaration "Better health better lives: children and young people with intellectual disabilities and their families" was signed on 26th November 2010. This initiative, led by WHO in partnership with Unicef, aims to ensure that all children and young people with learning disabilities are fully participating members of society, living with their families, integrated in the community and receiving health care and support proportional to their needs.