LDT NorthLearning Disability Today worked in association with Sheffield City Council to produce this annual regional exhibition and conference. The day of seminars and an exhibition was a great opportunity to share the region’s good practice and highlight what services exist to improve the lives of people with learning disabilities.

The event had the theme of 'A holistic approach to learning disabilities', click on any of the links below to view the presentations from the day:

Acute to Supported Living - Dave Whittock (Eden Pathways)

Annual Health Checks - Sue Turner (Public Health England)

Working in Partnership to achieve “Fulfilling and Rewarding Lives” for people with autistic spectrum conditions - Heather Burns (NHS Sheffield CCG)

 What is Sheffield Health & Social Care NHS Foundation Trust? - John Kay (Sheffield HSC NHS Foundation Trust)

Transforming and integrating services to improve support for people with Autistic Spectrum Conditions and Changing for good: the practicalities of making meaningful, person-centred changes post-Winterbourne- Sandy Bering (Lead Commissioner - NHS Trafford)

The Care Bill: Implications For Carers and Service Users - Andrew Cozens CBE (Carers' Trust)

The Care Bill: A Family Carer Perspective - David Barker (National Valuing Families Forum)

The Care and Support Bill: implications for carers and service users - Richard Parrott (Sheffield City Council)

Driving Up QualityTammy Murray (Housing & Support Alliance)

Sustainable Hub of Innovative Employment for People with Complex Needs - Frank Proctor (Challenging Behaviour Foundation)

Fair Access to Justice - Tracy Hammond (KeyRing)

Health Inequalities Confidential InquiryPauline Heslop (Confidential Inquiry into Improving Health & Lives)

Service User to Citizen - Alex McClimens (BILD)