Lincolnshire Learning Disability Partnership Board. The Partnership Board is a big meeting for people with learning disabilities, carers, officers from health and social care and voluntary organisations.
Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.
The Partnership Board is a place to talk about how to make services and support better for people with learning disabilities in Lincolnshire.
Each Board needs to have people with learning disabilities on it. They should help people to have an equal voice.
We think the best way to help and make changes is for everybody to work together
LCC and Health
Joint Disability Executive group
Learning Disability Partnership Board
Physical and Sensory Impairment Partnership
Mental Health Board
Views of the people of Lincolnshire
The new structure
Members of the network will be given lots of information on the work that is happening and can tell task and finish group members what they think.
Who comes to the meetings?
People with learning disabilities
People from LCC and Health
Any other interested people
Their job will be to tell the Joint Executive what are the most important issues for people with learning disabilities and their families
Work will be done between meetings and Board members will be told what is happening through the Partnership Network
Setting meeting dates for the year
Reviewing the LDPB action plan
Think about what Task and Finish groups we need
Do you think 3 meetings a year for the Learning Disability Partnership Board is enough?
How can the Partnership Network work for you?
Is there anything that you think is important to make the LDPB work that hasn’t been said?