What does the board do?

The partnership board meets regularly to talk about opportunities and support for people with autism and learning disabilities. It works to support people to live independently and access a range of services in Warrington.

The board brings together council departments, health services and other organisations that give you support. This means that everyone can share information about the local picture and agree what needs to be done to make sure you can keep getting the right support.

Membership of the board

The board’s membership includes:

  • councillors
  • representatives from council departments
  • representatives from health services
  • representatives from other organisations involved with supporting people with autism
  • carers
  • representatives for people with autism and learning disabilities

You can find out more about the board by reading its terms of reference

Disabled Children and Young People’s Strategy 

Warrington is developing a Disabled Children and Young People’s Strategy for children with a disability including those with a learning disability and autism. For more information, view the below links:

The National Autistic Society

The National Autistic Society is the leading UK charity for people with autism (including Asperger syndrome) and their families. They provide information, support and pioneering services, and are campaign for a better world for people with autism.

Any queries regarding the Partnership Board contact Pip Horne at pip.speakup@gmail.com