Information about the Learning Disability Partnership in North Lincolnshire.
About the 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.
The Learning Disability Partnership meetings
All service users with learning disabilities, carers, parents or other family members can attend the partnership.
Representatives from Adults Services, the Advocacy Service, Health, schools and voluntary organisations also regularly attend the partnership.
At present, meetings take place on a bi-monthly basis on MS Teams. It is hoped that meetings will be face to face from October. These will be on a quarterly basis.
Formal sets of minutes and easy read minutes are available after each meeting. If you would like a copy, please contact us.
The Learning Disability Partnership work plan
The Learning Disability Partnership work plan [PDF, 1.13Mb] explains how we will make a difference for people with learning disabilities in North Lincolnshire.
The Learning Disability Partnership terms of reference
The Learning Disability Partnership terms of reference [PDF, 415Kb] sets out the roles and responsibilities of the partnership.