Have your say: the South Gloucestershire All-age Learning Disability draft strategy consultation

If you have a learning disability, or if you're a parent, carer, or someone who works with a person with a learning disability, South Gloucestershire Council want to hear your thoughts on how they plan to make your life better over the next 5 years.
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This consultation is now closed.

The All-age Learning Disability draft strategy is South Gloucestershire Council's plan to make life better for people with a learning disability and their carers. The strategy covers the next five years, 2022 to 2027.

You can tell the council what you think by reading the strategy, and then either answering some questions at the bottom of the strategy, filling in an online survey, or by downloading the survey and posting it to them for free.

The strategy covers things like giving people with a learning disability support to get ready for the future, housing, better healthcare, and support for carers.

You can find out more and have your say on the strategy by clicking here to visit the South Gloucestershire Council website. The strategy is available in Easy Read.

The closing date for you to tell the council what you think of the strategy is 9 March 2022.

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