Learning Disability Partnership
The main purpose of the Learning Disability Partnership is to:
- help improve outcomes for people with learning disabilities
- give them opportunities to ‘have a voice’ about things that affect their lives and their communities
The Learning Disability Partnership is a citizen partnership. It has two service user co-chairs and a professional co-chair. The partnership also has service user representatives from the local Time for Action Group, Gateway and other service user voice groups.
All service users with learning disabilities, carers, parents or other family members can attend the partnership.
Meetings take place on a quarterly basis. Representatives from Adults Services, the Advocacy Service, Health, schools and voluntary organisations also regularly attend the partnership.
Learning Disability Partnership newsletters
Read our latest LDP Newsletter – February 2019 [PDF, 2 Mb] for information about what we have been involved in.
The Learning Disability Partnership Social Media Charter
Take a look at our Social Media Charter [PDF, 2 Mb]. It shows you how you can stay safe on the internet.
The Learning Disability Partnership Work Plan 2018-19
The LDP consulted with service users at a development session. The group discussed if the focused areas and themes needed to be refreshed. It was agreed to move forward with the Learning Disability Partnership Work Plan 2018-19 [PDF, 745Kb].
Learning Disability Partnership Board Professional Chair recruitment
North Lincolnshire Learning Disability Partnership Board is looking for an Independent Professional Co-chair. This is an exciting opportunity to be an ambassador and champion for people with learning disabilities who live and work in North Lincolnshire.The professional co-chair will also work with our two newly elected self advocate co-chairs to jointly lead the work of the partnership board.
The role of the Partnership Board is to: ‘give local people and the people that support them, a way of influencing strategic direction and service development and to ensure that local services reflect local need’.
All applications to be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For an informal chat please contact Sue Anderson on 01724 297289
NB – The candidate should be independent from any key organisations or committees associated with the partnership board. Any potential conflicts of interest should be declared as part of the application process and will be addressed at interview and/or by the responsible manager.
For further information, please read the following documents:
Closing date for applications: 17 May 2019
Monday to Thursday: 9am to 5pm
Friday: 9am to 4.30pm