Adults with Learning Disabilities

Join our county-wide Learning Disability Carers Forum if you care for a relative or friend with a learning disability.

Members attend and report back from a number of planning and commissioning meetings with County Council and NHS officers, focusing on important issues like Healthcare, Direct Payments, Supported Housing and Day Services.

The Hertfordshire Learning Disability Carers' Forum meets every two months at a central location and all carers of adults with learning disabilities are welcomed and encouraged to attend.

The Forum feeds directly in to the Hertfordshire Learning Disability Partnership Board (the body which oversees all the provision of services in the county) and  the aim is to provide family carers with the opportunity to talk about their experiences of the planning of the Community and Health Care Services for those with a learning disability in Hertfordshire.

It is not primarily a support group providing emotional care but rather a means for carers to discuss how they can influence planning and development of Learning Disability services within Hertfordshire.

The Forum provides information and an opportunity to meet other carers and also to hear speakers on issues relevant to Learning Disability.


Keeping you updated

We also have our Involving People Newsletter that has stories about developments and activities that may be of interest to you. For the latest copy for August 2017 please click the link pdf Learning Disability Carers Newsletter August 2017 (783 KB) .


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