Here you will find other useful information and websites.
Additional Easy Read Information
If you can’t find the Easyread document you are looking for
please visit our Additional easy read information page.
Voiceability Northamptonshire offer many different types of advocacy. You can find details of these on their website:
Central England People First
Central England People First work to make sure people's voices are heard. They help people on a one-to-one basis, speak up at meetings, and we get involved with
organisations to make sure the things that they do are good for people
with learning difficulties. To find out more about the work we have done
visit their website:
An interesting Article about Donald Grey Triplett: The first boy diagnosed as autistic
The National Autistic Society
The National Autistic Society are the leading UK charity for autistic people (including those with Asperger syndrome) and their families. They provide information, support and pioneering services, and campaign for a better world for autistic people
You can find out more about their work below:
Autism Concern is a charity which provides support and options to people affected by all forms of autism in gaining independence and control of their lives:
British Institute of Learning Disabilities
The British Institute of Learning Disabilities (BILD) want
people with learning disabilities to be valued equally, participate
fully in their communities and be treated with dignity and respect.
BLID help develop the organisations who provide services, and the people who give support:
Easy read guide
Please view the document below for a guide to creating easy read documents.
Mencap work in partnership with people with a learning disability. Their services support people with Learning Disabilities to live life as they choose:
National Brokerage Project
Some people need support to help them plan the things they want and need to do in their lives. Brokerage is about making sure that people and their families who want extra assistance to plan and make choices about support can get it.
National Forum of People with Learning Disabilities
The National Forum of People with Learning Disabilities works closely with Government at a
high level and is listened to very carefully by Ministers. Things have
changed because of what forum members have said. To find out more about The National Forum of People with Learning Disabilities and the work they do visit their website:
We have written an easy read guide to Safeguarding Adults with Learning Disabilities.
To look at the guide please visit our
There is also a poster that can be displayed to let people know about the Guide: