New Learning Disability strategy on show at Council Chambers takeover
The new Leeds Learning Disability Strategy will be unveiled at the next Council Chambers takeover meeting for the Learning Disability Partnership Board. The meeting will take place next Tuesday in the Council Chambers at Leeds Civic Hall.
This meeting will be run by our Asking You! project, and will be organised by the Partnership Board and People’s Parliament – the reference group for adults with learning disabilities that feeds into the Board. At the meeting, the strategy will be introduced. Then, different areas of the strategy will be discussed, including:
- Being connected – this section is about employment
- Being safe – this is about safety
- Being well – this covers healthcare
- Being connected – this goes into two areas – social and transport
Leeds Learning Disability Week
The meeting will be on Tuesday 19th June in the Council Chambers of Leeds Civic Hall. It starts at 10am and finishes at 12:30pm. The Takeover is part of Leeds Learning Disability Week 2018, which celebrates people with learning disabilities across the city.
Across the week, a number of events will take place, including an Open Day at Café Leep. There are many more events throughout next week, between Monday 18th and Sunday 24th June. You can find them all listed on Through the Maze’s website here: Learning Disability Week 2018.
If you would like to come or get more information on the Council Chambers meeting, contact Claire Nixson, Asking You! Coordinator by phone on 0113 244 0606 or by email at Claire.Nixson@advonet.org.uk.