Peterborough City Learning Disability Partnership Board
Peterborough City Council
Type of service: Learning Disability Partnership Boards
As part of Valuing People, the Government has asked each local council to set up a Partnership Board. Your Partnership Board meets regularly to talk about opportunities and support for people with learning disabilities in your area. Its job is to make sure that things get better for people with learning disabilities in your area. It should try to: Make services for people with learning disabilities better (Like the support you get to do interesting things each day; support to live independently; and the opportunities to get around town); Help you have the same chance to use the services everyone uses (Like going to classes, going swimming, doing sports and going to the cinema); Help different people to take part in the Board (Like you, family carers, housing organisations, leisure services, colleges, social services, health services and other groups).
Age: For people of any age
Aimed at: Adult , Parent/carer of an adult
Gender: All genders
Registrations & Approaches
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You can contact us by phone email or post.
Ralph Middlebrook - Improvement and Development Manager
Care Pathways Directorate, NHS Peterborough, 2nd Floor, Town Hall, Bridge Street, Peterborough, PE1 1FA