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Learning Disability and Autism Partnership Boards

Surrey's Learning Disability and Autism Partnership Boards work together, so that people with a learning disability and/or autism can have a voice, be safe, be informed, remain healthy and confident to be part of their community.

The Learning Disability Partnership Board in Surrey meets bi-monthly and the Surrey Autism Partnership Board meets on a quarterly basis.

Both Surrey's Learning Disability and Autism Partnership Boards are made up of key stakeholders who can bring about change. Members include the following:

  • People with a learning disability and/or autism spectrum conditions
  • Family carers
  • Surrey County Council
  • Health Organisations
  • Voluntary Organisations
  • Provider Organisations

Surrey's Learning Disability and Autism Boards' website has all the key information with regard to learning disability and autism in an accessible format.

We operate four Local Valuing People Groups to ensure that people at a local level are involved and informed. These groups meet bi-monthly and enable everyone to have a say at a local level on what and how things can be done for those people with a learning disability. More specifically they ensure people with a learning disability and their families have a voice and can contribute to improving their local communities. Each of the Local Valuing People Groups feed into the Learning Disability Board.

The Surrey Positive Behaviour Support Network is a group of providers, commissioners, professionals, people with a learning disability and/or autism and family carers. We meet quarterly, and work together to improve support for people whose behaviour may challenge in a way that threatens the quality of life/or the physical safety of the individual or others, to become a voice for best practice, so that this is reflected in strategic planning and service development in Surrey.

For further details about what services are available in Surrey for those with a learning disability and/or autism, please visit: Surrey Information Point.

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