Our needs and wants
- to know that all our needs are being met with different organisations working together
- the chance to have our say in meetings, groups and committees
- to know that organisations believe that people with learning difficulties can be good parents
- to know that organisations will respect us and listen to our views how we think children should be brought up
- How many people are there on the learning difficulties register?
- How many on the register are parents?
- How do you know that their needs are being met? (Person centred planning, regular meetings, life plans, other ways)
- How do you make sure that all the services for parents with learning difficulties work together?
(Partnership Board meetings, subgroups, other ways)
- What special groups or meetings are there to bring together the needs of people with learning difficulties?
- How do you show you believe that people with learning difficulties can be good parents?
- How do you make sure:
- we are always respected
- we are always offered choices about our lives
- you accept that we know our children best?
- How do you show your commitment to the idea that there are different ways of bringing up children?