Inequalities in mental wellbeing for Greater Manchester’s Deaf and disabled residents

The Greater Manchester Mental Wellbeing and Disability Report has been published by the Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership

It has found that Deaf and disabled people in Greater Manchester (especially those with diagnosed mental health conditions) are less happy, less satisfied with life, feel things are less worthwhile and are more anxious than hearing and non-disabled people.

Through direct consultation with Deaf and disabled people across Greater Manchester, the report captures Deaf and disabled people’s perspectives on what good mental wellbeing looks like.

The full report is available here

An easy read version is available here