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Learning Disability Partnership Board (LDPB)- November 2017

Learning Disability Partnership Board (LDPB)  held on 21st November 2017

Summary of meeting

The LDPB discussions included:

Health Update

Sue Harvey – Quality Assurance Lead & Nurse Consultant Learning Disabilities, explained the Sustainability Transformation Plan (STP).

The STP is a five-year plan to transform (make better through change) health and care services for local people. The aim of the plan is to have a health and care system that will improve the health, wellbeing and care of people in Devon.

The board were then informed that at the January meeting, their help would be needed to decide what priorities they should work on from the plan early next year.

Learning  Disability Update

Sophie Holmes gave updates on recent activities these included:

Attending the Devon Local Government Steering Group

Funding from the Better Care Fund

Progress with the accessible website

Communication – How we let people know about the work of the board and enable people to get involved

Robert Hawken talked about how the LDPB had discussed different types of media that could be used to inform people about the Board. With ideas and suggestions, the members of the board began working together to put an action plan together.

Listening Sessions – Group Work

As part of an ongoing, wider commitment, we want to improve how people with disabilities are supported in Devon. We want to focus on what matters to people and how they can achieve their goals. The group were asked to give their views in the listening session, the questions were:

What is important to you?

What do you enjoy doing in the day?

What is it that you would like to do but can’t?

Bright Ideas

Or

What is important to you as a carer?

What is important to the person you care for?

What do they enjoy doing?

What else do you think they would like to do?

Bright Ideas!

All the feedback would be collated as one response from the Learning Disability Partnership Board