This is one of  2 events that we are hosting on behalf of NHS England which will also feed into Transforming Care Partnerships across West London. Please note these events are the same so you only need to attend one!

We are looking to consult with a wide range of people, seeking to explore what “Good Support” looks like for people who have learning disabilities and their carers, this will range from finding out peoples experiences of housing, health and support services, seeing what works and doesn’t work and finding out what people think needs to change.

We would like to hear from anyone who has a learning disability and/or their carers and proffesionals living in West London and are particularly interested to hear from people who may have experience of behaviours that could be described as challenging, and/or people who have mental health problems.

We are holding a number of engagement activities from one to one discussions to the two accessible listening  events that we will be holding  in Ealing and Hammersmith.

We would like to hear from as many people as possible so please pass this email around your networks.

Once we accumulate everyone’s views we will be writing a report setting out our findings and recommendations that will go to NHS England, local transforming care partnerships and beyond and will help them shape future services more effectively.

If you know anyone who you think would prefer to have a one to one or skype/ telephone discussion please let me know. I will be forwarding an easy read survey asking about peoples experiences for those who prefer to engage in this way

Hammersmith: When Wednesday, 23 March 2016 from 11:00 to 13:00 (GMT) – Add to Calendar  Where Newbigin Room St Paul’s Church – Queen Caroline St, London W6 9PJ, United Kingdom – View Map

Ealing : When: Where The Nelson Room Ealing Town Hall – New Broadway, London W5 2BY, United Kingdom – View Map

Book here for Hammersmith

Book here for Ealing