These two guides are a collaboration between the Stop People with a Learning Disability Dying Too Young Group (facilitated by Inclusion North) and myself. The work to develop them was funded by Paul Hamlyn Foundation.
This guide talks about the role of a coroner, what an inquest is and when one should be held.
This guide discusses why so few deaths of learning disabled people are reported to coroners, and then so few inquests are held. It also makes suggestions for what should change.
There are video versions of the guides on the Inclusion North website.