Most people who have coronavirus (COVID-19) will be able to stay at home and start to feel better after 7 days.
Some people may get very unwell and have to go to hospital.
We've created some resources to help explain what may happen if you or someone you know has to go to hospital because of coronavirus.
Going to hospital
These easy read guides explain what may happen if you have to go to hospital:
These guides also explain what may happen when some people get very poorly with coronavirus and die, as well as information and advice about funerals, grief and bereavement.
It is very important to remember that this doesn't happen very often. Most people who have coronavirus will get better.
This letter from NHS England and NHS Improvement is about the Clinical Frailty Scale and that it should not be used for patients with a learning disability or autism.
Your rights to healthcare
We've created this guide to explain what your rights are when accessing healthcare during the coronavirus outbreak.
If you are concerned that someone's needs are not being met speak to the hospital learning disability nurse or safeguarding team.
If you need help, contact the Learning Disability Helpline.
Pain scale tool (from Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust)
Visitor guidance (from NHS)
Grab and Go form
The coronavirus 'Grab and Go' form has been designed by family carers and NHS England, with support from organisations like Mencap.
The form can be used as well as a hospital passport, to tell healthcare workers what they really need to know in case someone has to go to hospital with coronavirus symptoms.
The form also comes with guidance on how to fill it in as effectively as possible.