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Learning Disability England Annual Conference

Learning Disability England Annual Conference

The heading for this years Learning Disability England (LDE) conference is ‘Including Everyone – What next?’

How do we build on what is working?
The LDE 2020 conference on 13th February 2020 will focus on the progress made by the learning disability community has made to inclusion.

LDE members and partners will share examples of how people and organisations are working in inclusive ways so people with learning disabilities are:

  • Making decisions that affect their and their peers’ lives in organisations, policy development or wider community
  • Living in the community with the same choices as others
  • Active members of their community in paid and unpaid roles
  • Getting the same opportunities to live a good life as everyone else

About the conference
LDE are back in Manchester, at the Friends’ Meeting House. They have returned to this venue as they can be confident it is accessible and can provide the services and rooms they need to make it work for everyone. To download complete venue information: Download Venue Information

For more information on the conference, including details on Exhibitors, Guest Speakers, Tickets and more, visit the Learning Disability England Annual Conference event page.


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