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Fri, 24 May

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Hounslow

Learning Disabilities and Autism Partnership Board

Join us at the Learning Disabilities and Autism Partnership Board and play a part in ensuring that individuals with learning disabilities and autism receive the support they need to live fulfilling lives within the community.

Learning Disabilities and Autism Partnership Board
Learning Disabilities and Autism Partnership Board

Time & Location

24 May 2024, 13:00 – 15:00

Hounslow, 7 Bath Rd, Hounslow TW3 3EB, UK

About the event

The Learning Disabilities and Autism Partnership Board, now run by Speak Out in the London Borough of Hounslow, serves several key purposes:

  1. Representation and Advocacy: The board provides a platform for individuals with learning disabilities and autism to voice their concerns and needs. It ensures that their voices are heard in the planning and delivery of services.
  2. Collaboration: It brings together various stakeholders, including people with learning disabilities and autism, their families, caregivers, service providers, and local government representatives. This collaborative approach helps in creating and implementing policies that are more responsive to the community's needs.
  3. Service Improvement: The board plays a crucial role in identifying gaps in services and works towards improving the existing support structures. It aims to enhance the quality of life for people with learning disabilities and autism by promoting better access to education, healthcare, employment, and recreational activities.
  4. Awareness and Education: The board also focuses on raising awareness about learning disabilities and autism within the community. Educating the public and reducing stigma are important components of its mission.
  5. Policy and Strategy Development: It advises and supports the local government in developing policies and strategies that address the needs of people with learning disabilities and autism. The board ensures that these policies are aligned with national standards and best practices.

Overall, the board is instrumental in ensuring that individuals with learning disabilities and autism receive the support they need to live fulfilling lives within the community.

Join us to have your say and also some lunch!

If you want to join us, please contact Sarfraz or Jaspaul on 07873 360 708 or 07949 075 499

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