COVID-19

During the restriction of movements as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak all scheduled meetings listed on the North Yorkshire Partnership website will not be taking place or will be carried out virtually. For further information please contact the named contact for the relevant meetings or email nypartnerships@northyorks.gov.uk

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Selby and district

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If you live or work in Selby there are lots of ways to be involved with the North Yorkshire Learning Disability Partnership Board.
 

Selby Local Area Group

The Selby Local Area Group meets three times a year. It brings together people with a learning disability, carers, professionals and other people who want to make services better for people with learning disabilities in Selby

 

The Meeting Rules and Terms of Reference for the Selby Local Area Group - coming soon!
 

 You can download the Easy Read minutes and notes from our recent meetings here:
 

2020

19 February 2020

 

Sadly our meetings are cancelled at the moment due to coronavirus. Read about what we are doing instead of meeting here.

You can also read the June 2020 update here, the October 2020 update here and the February 2021 update here.
 

Self-Advocacy Groups – with KeyRing

Another way to get involved is to come along and join one of the KeyRing monthly Self-Advocacy Groups. This is a place for anyone with a learning disability or autism to come and have a cuppa and a chat with others.  If you would like to find out more about self-advocacy these relaxed meetings are a great way to make new friends and make a difference!
 

Self-advocacy groups meet every month for about 2 hours. 
 

To find out more or to talk about setting up a group in your area please contact Kim Sanders, KeyRing Self-Advocacy Service on 07717894468 or email kimberley.sanders@keyring.org 

You can also visit the KeyRing self-advocacy website page here https://www.keyring.org/keyring-yorkshire-and-humber/self-advocacy-service