Selby and district local area group

The Selby and district local area group is part of the North Yorkshire Learning Disability Partnership Board. The group works to make services for people with learning disabilities better in the Selby and district area.
 

Selby Local Area Group poster


Local area groups have been set up in order to cover the large area of North Yorkshire more effectively. The groups bring together local people to look at what is happening in the areas in which they live and with the services that they use.
 

Chairs and co-chairs from these groups attend the Learning Disability Partnership Board meetings to share local views and discuss services.
 

Meeting dates

See the meeting dates for the learning disability partnership board and associated groups for 2018.

Local area group - meeting minutes

You can download meeting minutes for the Selby and district local area group below.
 

Selby and district local area group - meeting minutes for 11 October 2017

Selby and district local area group - meeting minutes for 7 June 2017

Selby and district local area group - meeting minutes for 8 February 2017

Selby and district local area group - meeting minutes for 12 October 2016

Selby and district local area group - meeting minutes for 8 June 2016

Selby and district local area group - meeting minutes for 10 February 2016

Associated documents

Action points
Employment strategy day
Health task group feedback
Self advocate feedback

 

Work of self-advocates

You can read about the recent work and achievements of self-advocates in Selby and district here.
 

Archive minutes and associated documents

Please note that we only keep minutes on this page for the last two years. If you want any minutes further back than this, please contact Shanna Carrell at shanna.carrell@northyorks.gov.uk.
 

Valuing People Now (easy read format) - Valuing People Now is the strategy that aims to improve the lives of people with learning disabilities. This strategy says what government is doing to make the lives of people with learning disabilities better.