Doncaster Council and Doncaster Clinical Commissioning Group have written a draft All Age Learning Disability and Autism Plan. This plan is for people of all ages and helps make sure local plans work together.
The aim of the plan is to make sure that we support people to have a good life and that support is built around the person, their family and their community. The Doncaster all age plan links to national plans and legislation about how people with a learning disability, autism or both should be supported
Between September and December 2018 over 200 people from Doncaster told us what was working well, not working well and what needed to change in the future to make sure people with learning disabilities, autism or both have better support and better life opportunities in Doncaster.
We have listened to what people told us and we have used this to help write the draft plan and make recommendations about the areas we need to work on.
We have written a draft plan with 17 areas of work which will look at making sure people with a learning disability, autism or both living in Doncaster are supported to have a good life.
We would like to say a BIG ‘Thank you’ to everyone who has helped us to write this plan. To continue our engagement, we would like to hear from as many people as possible, connecting further with our Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities, people with autism who don’t have a learning disability, and older people.
You can find out further details here.
Please click here to complete the survey, which is open until 11 June 2019.