The Learning Disabilities Partnership Board is made up of a wide range of stakeholders who meet to discuss topics related to people with learning disabilities. The board uses it’s time to hear about issues affecting people with learning disabilities and their carers, as well as considering what actions can be taken to support improvements.
The type of topics discussed at the board include health services, social care, employment, education, transport as well as inclusion in local communities.
The board is jointly chaired between the Cabinet Member for Health & Adult Care and members of the ‘Busy People’ self-advocacy group of individuals with learning disabilities. The board usually meets every six weeks and includes people with learning disabilities, carers, health & social care representatives and service provider representatives. Other people are invited based on the topics being discussed. During the COVID-19 pandemic the board is meeting online rather than face to face.
During the Covid-19 pandemic the board is meeting online rather than face to face.
If you are a person with a learning disability or a carer and interested in finding out more about the partnership board please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org