Bexley Learning Disability Strategy

11 October 2016 - 17 March 2017

The Council has worked together with other organisations and stakeholders on a Learning Disability Strategy for Bexley. A strategy is a plan to manage something or get something done.

Our strategy is about making sure people with a learning disability have good support in the community. It tells you how we plan to help people with a learning disability to stay healthy, live their life and keep safe.

You can read our Learning Disability Strategy online (PDF, 2MB).

Update

This consultation is now closed. 

We received survey responses from 212 people with a learning disability and 111 carers/other stakeholders.

We held 15 consultation events at which we received feedback from 278 people with a learning disability and 99 carers.

Thank you to everyone who took part in the consultation.

Communication to carers

On 16 May 2017, the Council wrote to carers to give them an update on the strategy. Here is a copy of the correspondence:

Letter (PDF, 80KB)

Learning Disability Strategy Update (PDF, 103KB)

Ken Boyce Centre -  Response to feedback from Parents/Carers (PDF, 95KB)

Ken Boyce Centre - Sample Activity Timetable (PDF, 138KB)

Ken Boyce Centre - Sample Activity Timetable (Challenging) (PDF, 138KB)

Ken Boyce Centre – Sample Activity Timetable (PMLD) (PDF, 177KB)

Learning Disability Partnership Board

The Learning Disability Partnership Board met on 6 April, 11 May and 1 June 2017. The Board has agreed to oversee the delivery of Bexley’s strategy. The Board’s sub-groups are preparing work plans to deliver the strategy over the next three years.

We have published the following reports 

Cabinet Member Decision

Final Easy Read Report 

LDPB Draft Report May 2017 (Updated) (PDF 5.5KB)

Draft Learning Disability Strategy - proposed revisions (PDF, 4MB) 

LDPB Draft Report April 2017 (PDF, 2MB)

Survey results - People with learning disabilities (PDF, 1MB)

Survey results - Carers and other people (PDF, 656KB)

 

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