Learning disabilities

If you’re an adult with learning disabilities and you want to see if you are eligible for help from the Council, contact us to arrange an adults needs assessment.

If you look after a child with learning disabilities and want to see if they are eligible for help from the Council, contact us to arrange a child’s needs assessment

If you use adult social care, health care or other help and support services, if you fund your own support, or simply wish to find out more about what services, including supported living and day services, and events are provided in your local community, you can find all the information and advice here in one place.

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Details of services for children with learning disabilities are available from our Family Information Service.

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The Learning Disability Partnership Board meets four times a year.  It is an opportunity for self-advocates and family carers to have their voices heard.

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Employability Cornwall help adults with learning disabilities who want to find paid work of at least eight hours a week.  They can also help with self-employment.

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Find out more about local community and support services for people with learning disabilities.

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Safe Places helps people with learning disabilities to get support while they are out and about in the community.

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The Time for Change project employs people who use Education, Health and Social Care services and their carers as trainers. They help lots of different people and organisations offering learning and development solutions.

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