‘Residents with learning difficulties set the agenda for better services’
03 July 2015
There is a new article from Rochdale News about how Working Together For Change enables people to share their views on the support that is on offer for them.
‘Dating events, more social gatherings and skills swaps could all be in the pipeline for people with learning difficulties in Rochdale as part of a new drive to give them more of a say in the services they receive.
The ideas came out of new ‘working together for change’ events, which aim to put service users in the driving seat and encourage them to share their views on what they would like to see on offer for them in the borough.
The group, which comprises residents with learning difficulties and their families and carers, has now come up with a number of ideas, which will be considered in detail when the council and other social care providers get together in the coming weeks to talk about priorities for the next year.’
The full article can be found by clicking here: http://bit.ly/1R9qs7l
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