South East

Map of the South East Region

South East Regional Meeting

The South East regional summit meeting was held on 20th January 2011. Read the rest of this entry »

Plan Resulting from the South East Meeting

The Regional Plan developed from this meeting is available to download:


Notes from the South East Meeting

You can read everything that people talked about at the South East meeting here: Notes from the South East meeting

Presentation from the South East Meeting

Dominique Rawlings, the project manager of the Ethnic Minority Learning Disability Project at Hampshire County Council, spoke to us at the South East meeting. You can read what she said here:

Giving Us A Voice in Hampshire

Additional Information from the South East Meeting

The South East Regional Summit meeting was held on 20th January in Brighton. Delegates shared lots of ‘Good Ideas’ which you can find in the ‘Notes’ section above. In the South East a piece of research was also carried out to look at the needs of communities in Hampshire. You can read it here:

Giving Us a Voice in Hampshire Report


In Buckinghamshire health passports are available. You can find out more information at this website:


A local self-advocacy group that aims to improve the lives of people with learning disabilities is Be Heard. Visit their website here:


The Brighton and Hove Learning Disability Partnership Board have a website that has a lot of useful information. Visit it here:


Use of the Charter

"I will use this to inform our own inclusion strategy which we are developing with the people we support. I will make sure that our self-advocacy groups and ambassadors are aware of the charter so that they can tell others too, and check we are achieving the goals."

"We will be looking to adopt the National Charter for Inclusion as part of our own updated single Equality Scheme, which will in turn recognise the requirements of the Public Sector Equality Duty, which places additional obligations on public authorities and those who provide services through public money."

"We will build the principles of the Charter into project planning and improve our outreach into the community."

"I will ensure that the charter is circulated and enforced by other professionals when working with all members of the community."

"We will provide a copy for our service users, families and staff and plan to refer to the Charter in Induction and Diversity training."