Listening to us
Having our say about services and support
- Advocacy services which are funded and which support us to have our say
- Meetings which support us to have our say which don’t use jargon and which use easy information
- People with learning difficulties to be working in the organisations which support us
- The chance to complain easily when we are not happy without worrying about getting in trouble.
- What advocacy services do you offer for parents with learning difficulties, so we can have our say?
Are places limited? How many places?
- How do Partnership Boards meetings include people with learning difficulties?
How many people with learning difficulties go to meetings?
- Do your Partnership Boards have:
- A rule not to use jargon
- Easy minutes and agenda
- Tapes and CDs of all the information
- The chance for people with learning difficulties to have their say
- The chance for parents with learning difficulties to have their say and ask questions?
- What other ways do you get feedback from people with learning difficulties?
- How easy is it to complain if we’re not happy with services?
- How many people with learning difficulties do social services have working for them?