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A Positive Influence

The Lancashire Learning Disability Consortium (LLDC) are a group of Voluntary (not for profit) provider organisations based in Lancashire.

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Knowledgeable Voice

The LLDC is a leading voice of learning disability in Lancashire.

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Sharing Best Practice

All our members are dedicated to supporting and representing people with a learning disability to live their lives as they choose.

Welcome to Lancashire Learning Disability Consortium

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The Lancashire Learning Disability Consortium (LLDC) is a group of Voluntary (not for profit) provider organisations in Lancashire.

Lancashire Learning Disability Consortium exists to bring together provider organisations and citizens with an interest in services for people with learning disabilities in Lancashire so that, acting together, they may be a positive informed influence on the development, commissioning and delivery of services.

At the LLDC we’re committed to finding new and better ways to improve the lives of people with learning disabilities. Our consortium is drawn from provider organisations that have a wide range of relevant experience and expertise.

The LLDC aims to be a knowledge hub – offering support, information and new ideas about learning disability in Lancashire.

We do this by:

  • Engaging with a wide range of stakeholders including the people who commission and provide services for people with learning disabilities, those who act as advocates or are working in research, as well as people with learning disabilities and carers
  • Sharing innovation and good practice – so that those providing services can learn from each other
  • Building an evidence base, sharing how policy is being implemented and building an understanding of what really works

That way we play a part in making sure people are supported with dignity and respect and can make choices and decisions about their lives.

We also campaign for proper funding for support for people with learning disabilities and their family carers, and against bad practice as witnessed at Winterbourne View.

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