Hearing from people with Learning Difficulties

Everyone's experience of local care should be heard, but that can be hard for people who don't always have the chance to talk up. That's why we joined other organisations at One Voice's event in Medway.
Healthwatch Medway's Debbie standing in front of our stall at the event held by One Voice

Last week we had the pleasure of meeting and listening to people with learning difficulties at an event organised by One Voice.

The event is a platform for people with Learning Disabilities to share their views on Medway's new learning disability strategy, as well as network with other people and find out about disability-based groups through having fun. 

We heard a whole range of feedback including issues about housing, education, employment and training. We’ll be sharing all the feedback directly with the organisations who support people with learning difficulties.

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