Learning Disability Partnership Boards in the North West. March 2012. What did we do?. We sent a short questionnaire to all NWADASS colleagues. We wanted to find out how Learning Disability Partnership Boards were developing.
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All areas said they did still have a Learning Disability Partnership Board.
All areas had had a Learning Disability Partnership Board meeting in the last 2 months.
All areas had a Learning Disability Partnership Board meeting planned in the first quarter of 2012 and dates were being planned for the year.
In addition 8 areas said they supported self-advocates and families as co-chairs.
All 25 areas said they supported self-advocates and families sit on the Learning Disability Partnership Board.
All 25 areas also reported that self-advocates and families were encouraged to be involved in work groups and consultations outside the Partnership Board too.
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