Our Groups

Welcome to the Our Groups page. Here you will find details about our Local and Working Groups.

What do the local groups do?

The groups talk about things that affect people with learning disabilities in Northamptonshire. It is a chance for people to speak up about the things that are important to them.

We always make sure there is also time to have fun, have a chat and meet new people.

Who can come to the meetings?

Everyone is welcome at the meetings, including family members, professionals and people from the local community.

To find out when the next meeting is go to our Meetings and Events Page.

Working Groups

Please see below for Decembers Working Groups update.

Communication work group updates

Employment work group updates

Housing work group updates

Updated budget timeline 2018/19

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