The CQC has published "Out of sight – who cares?", a report looking at use of restraint, seclusion and segregation for autistic people, and people with a learning disability or mental health condition. You can read the news release to see the main points from the report and find out more.
The CQC has also updated guidance for care providers who support autistic people or people with a learning disability. Following feedback from people who use services, the new guidance has a stronger focus on outcomes for people, including the quality of life people are able to experience and the care they receive. You can read the guidance "Right support, right care, right culture."