The Surrey Learning Disability Partnership Board

The Surrey Learning Disability Partnership Board is made up of people with learning disabilities, their families, professionals, and voluntary organisations.

The theme for this year's Learning Disability Week in Surrey is celebrating living with a learning disability. We are focusing on different elements of people's lives over this week including employment, volunteering, technology, independent and supported living, social links with friends, family, support, travel and access to opportunities.

They work together so people with a learning disability have a voice, be safe, informed, healthy, and confident to be part of their community. The board meets every two months, please see the upcoming dates on our meeting minutes page. If you would like to find out more about the Partnership Board please email us ldcommunications@surreycc.gov.uk

We also have Local Valuing People Group meetings across the four areas of Surrey. They make sure everyone has a voice and can talk about local issues. These groups meet four times a year.

The Surrey People's Network, a Surrey-wide group for people with a learning disability, and or autism, is set up to give people a voice. This group meets once a month and has representatives on the partnership board.

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