New plan to support adults with learning disabilities better in Hampshire

First published in New Forest News

A NEW plan for adults with learning disabilities in Hampshire is promising to ensure better support.

The Hampshire Learning Disability Partnership Board (HLDPB) is launching the plan to ensure that people with learning disabilities in Hampshire receive the same opportunities as everyone else and the right support to live their life the way they choose, no matter how complex their needs.

The board is mainly made up of people with learning disabilities and carers, plus Hampshire County Council and Health.

It invited input from the public on the most important things that service providers could do that would improve the lives of people with learning disabilities.

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