Welcome to ILDS!
SERVICES IN INVERCLYDE
FOR ADULTS WITH
A LEARNING DISABILITY
HOW WE OPERATE
SUGGESTIONS COMMENTS & COMPLAINTS
LINK TO INVERCLYDE COMMUNITY LEARNING DISABILITY TEAM
Learning Disability Services
Survey of Carers, 2014
Link to a survey of carers carried out in December 2014.
An action plan is currently being drawn up to address issues highlighted in the survey.
*If you need help or advice call*
*Social work standby on*
*0800 811 505*
InView is delivered to every home in the area. It brings information on a range of local services, investment, council events and services.
YOUR VOICE NEWSLETTER
National Care Standards
The Scottish Government are reviewing the National Care standards. To read the care standards for support services click the following link.
NATIONAL CARE STANDARDS
To participate in the public consultation then click the following link
NATIONAL CARE STANDARDS REVIEW
Disability Hate Crime
Central Advocacy Partners have written an easy read about disability hate crime. It talks about:
· what a disability hate crime is
· bullying and harassment
· different types of disability hate crime
· how to report a disability hate crime
· how to keep safe
Central Advocacy Partners have published a new toolkit for support providers, local agencies and other professionals involved with people with learning disabilities to offer guidance about facilitating discussion regarding disability hate crime, including how to tackle it and making a report.
The Keys to Life
- ‘The keys to life’ is the new strategy for people with learning disabilities.
- It has lots of recommendations about how to make the lives of people with learning disabilities better.
- A recommendation is an idea about how to make things better in the future.
Click on the link below to download / read a copy
Launch of the Keys To Life Website
On 13th June 2013 the Scottish Government launched Scotland's learning disability strategy ‘The keys to life’. To celebrate the first anniversary of the launch of ‘The keys to life’ the Scottish Government have launched a new website which provides information on how the strategy is being implemented and the progress being made on achieving positive outcomes for people with learning disabilities and their families. The website will be developed further in the future. It will become an interactive resource on good practice, offer signposting on how people can engage with the strategy and it will show how ‘The keys to life’ is meeting its goals.
Opportunities and Services for Young People and Adults with Learning Disabilities.
This above link will take you to a new page. The Page will guide you through a wide range of support and services. It will assist you to find opportunities for learning, training, employment, leisure and recreation as well as activities to improve your health and wellbeing.
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