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Norfolk Learning Disabilities Strategy 2018-22

My Life, My Ambition, My Future, the Norfolk Learning Disabilities Strategy 2018-2022 sets out the vision for shaping and delivering opportunities for people in Norfolk with learning disabilities.

It explains how we arrived at the vision and how we intend to achieve this vision, through identifying a series of key priorities and actions.

Our vision is that all people with a learning disability have the ambition, choice and opportunity to be equal members of the Norfolk community.

In developing My Life, My Ambition, My Future, The Norfolk Learning Disability Strategy for Norfolk 2018-2022, we have considered national and local policy and given specific focus to a co-production process.

The Norfolk Learning Disabilities Strategy 2018-2022 - full version

The Norfolk Learning Disabilities Strategy 2018-2022 - summary

The Norfolk Learning Disabilities Strategy 2018-2022 - easy read

Priority outcomes

The strategy includes 10 themes that people with learning disabilities have told us are important to them. These are areas the board is going to focus on improving for people with learning disabilities in Norfolk. We have called these our 'priority outcomes.'

Find out more about each priority outcome by following these links:

Priority Outcome 1 – Promoting equality, respect and being safe

Priority Outcome 2 – Being healthy and happy

Priority Outcome 3 – Having the right place to live

Priority Outcome 4 – Developing and maintaining relationships with family and friends

Priority Outcome 5 – Having transport to get about

Priority Outcome 6 – Being a part of the community and involved in local activities and leisure

Priority Outcome 7 – Having employment, work, education and training opportunities

Priority Outcome 8 – Having a voice and choice about the right support

Priority Outcome 9 – Managing money and personal budgets

Priority Outcome 10 – Having support for carers and family, including respite and breaks

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