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Your Voice, Your Health: Building Better Services Together

On 29 July, Skills for People and Collaborative Newcastle are hosting an event to learn what is important to people with learning disabilities.

People with a learning disability, as well as family, carers, and service providers, are invited to attend the free event.

What: What’s Important to people with a learning disability
When: Monday, 29th July from 10 am to 3 pm
Where: Banqueting Suite, Newcastle Civic Centre, Barras Bridge, NEl 8QH.

The aim of the event is to meet people who work in health and social care and parents/carers to gather and share information which will feed into a city-wide strategy for Newcastle.

The event is free to attend, and lunch will be provided.

You can book online through the Eventbrite link, or by contacting Skills for People on 0191 281 8737 or information@skillsforpeople.org.uk.

Skills for People

Skills for People is a registered charity working with disabled people, their families and people with autism since 1983.

They support people across the North East to have the same chances, choices and rights as everyone else. Inclusion and fairness allow people to live good, healthy and meaningful lives.

Visit skillsforpeople.org.uk for more.

Collaborative Newcastle

Collaborative Newcastle is an innovative new partnership which aims to improve the health, wealth and wellbeing of everyone in the City.

The Partnership brings together the NHS, Newcastle City Council, Universities and Colleges, and voluntary and community organisations.

Find out more at collaborativenewcastle.org.