Learning Disability Partnership Board

Learning Disability Partnership Board

The Learning Disability Partnership Board (LDPB) focuses on achieving better outcomes for people with a Learning Disability and their families.

Worcestershire Learning Disability Partnership Board (LDPB) was set up as part of the national Learning Disability Strategy Valuing People White Paper published in 2001 and Valuing People Now published in 2009. The Learning Disability Partnership Board’s membership is made up of partners from across Worcestershire, including Expert Members by experience, Family Carers, providers of services and professionals. 

The LDPB focuses on achieving “better outcomes for people with a Learning Disability and their families” by delivering the Adult Learning Disability Strategy. Through the strategy and board, all partners in Worcestershire are committed to making sure that we work together to deliver the actions and outcomes set out in the strategy.  The current Strategy is due to come to an end and a new Strategy is now being developed. 

The LDPB has several Sub-Groups which are set up to focus on some of the “Big Aims” in the Strategy including: Staying Healthy, Living Well, Having a Place to Live, Having a Job (Work Options group), The Right Support for Carers and Preparing for Adulthood.  

The LDPB meets six times a year, and this webpage is where you can find Minutes and supporting documents from each meeting, as well as other useful information relating to Learning Disabilities in Worcestershire. 

Meeting Minutes

19 September 2023

18 July 2023

16 May 2023

21 March 2023

17 January 2023

Download: Learning Disability Partnership Board Minutes 17 January 2023 (PDF)

Previous meetings

To request further information please or to get involved contact the Learning Disabilities Partnership Board.

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