Learning Disability Partnership Board

The partnership board work hard together to make things better for People with Learning Disabilities who live in Richmond.

About the Board

Our Local Learning Disability Partnership Board (LDPB) meets regularly and has a strategic and proactive role in shaping health and social care for adults with a learning disability in the London Borough of Richmond. Richmond LDPB membership comprises of service users, parent carers and representatives from a range of health and social organisations. The board works together to make a real difference to people's lives.

The board discusses the key issues and concerns that are of importance to adults with a learning disability in the borough, as reflected in the Joint Health and Social Care Richmond Learning Disability Strategy "Our Big Plan(pdf, 1536KB)" (2015 - 2020).

Members

  • Di Manning (Head of Adults Commissioning, Richmond and Wandsworth Councils, LDPB Co Chair)
  • Sue Ward (Working Together Group member, LDPB Co Chair)
  • Teresa Jones (Richmond Mencap)
  • Laura Turner (Richmond Mencap)
  • Kathryn Williamson(Richmond CVS)
  • Gaynor Bray (Richmond Adult Community College)
  • Barbara Ogden (Your Healthcare)
  • Samantha Fyn(Richmond Homes and Lifestyle Trust)
  • James Alexander (Parent Carer)
  • Paul Leonard (Parent Carer)
  • Martin Jordan(Working Together Group member)
  • Martin Nagle (Working Together Group member)
  • Annabelle Parker (Head of Mental Health and Learning Disabilities, Richmond and Wandsworth Councils)
  • Rosemary Lambe (Assistant Service Manager, Learning Disabilities, Adult Service, Richmond and Wandsworth Councis)
  • Karl Burgess (Transitions Coordinator, Learning Disabilities, Richmond and Wandsworth Councils)
  • Laeeq Ahmad (Commissioning Manager, Richmond and Wandsworth Councils)
  • Karen Stephens (Commissioning Manager, Richmond and Wandsworth Councils)
  • Melanie Cressey (Commissioning Officer, Richmond and Wandsworth Councils)

Contact

For more information about the Learning Disability Partnership Board:

Email: RichmondLearningDisabilityPartnershipBoard@richmond.gov.uk.

Updated: 21 September 2017