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Wandsworth Learning Difficulties & Learning Disabilities Network

The Learning Disabilities Project is a service user involvement project at Wandsworth Care Alliance (WCA). Its aim is to empower people with Learning Difficulties and their carers to speak up and express their views about the services that matter to them and contribute to the development and improvement of these services.

Who is involved and who will benefit?

This is a  network for people who have a Learning Difficulty or Disability, and want to talk about the things that matter to them. It is also for people who want to help make services better for people with Learning Disabilities.

What are the aims of the project?

  • To encourage and enable people with Learning Difficulties to speak up and express their views about the services that matter to them.

  • To ensure the service user voice is heard, listened to and acted upon by commissioners and service providers.

  • To contribute to the improvement and development of health and social care services, for people who have learning difficulties.

  • To build skills and confidence amongst people with Learning Difficulties.

  • To reduce Social isolation amongst people with Learning Difficulties.

  • To Reduce discrimination and challenge negative public perception of people with Learning Difficulties.

If you would like more information or want to send us your views on health and social care services, contact us!

Who to contact

Contact Name
Marina Caroli
Telephone
E-mail
ldproject@wandcarall.org.uk
Website
www.wandcareall.org.uk/
Parent Organisation
Wandsworth Care Alliance

Local Offer

Description

What is Wandsworth’s Local Offer ?

This is a  network for people who have a Learning Difficulty or Disability, and want to talk about the things that matter to them. It is also for people who want to help make services better for people with Learning Disabilities.

How to complain, compliment or feedback about this service, activity or provider.

Local Offer Age Bands
Transitions to Adulthood (16+)

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