The partnerships listed below remain active, representing different groups and priorities
The Oxfordshire Autism Partnership Board
To help people with autism, and their families.
What they do
The Oxfordshire Autism Partnership Board is a board that brings together people with autism and Asperger’s Syndrome of all ages, carers, providers of services, commissioners and other stakeholders.
About the board
- looks at ideas and developments for partners to progress locally with the National Autism Strategy in Oxfordshire and deliver the objectives of the:
- is an all-age partnership in which the needs of all people with autism and their families in Oxfordshire are at the centre of what the board does
- makes recommendations for commissioners to act on and will hear back reports from commissioning
- will establish a joined-up approach to commissioning and developing services for people with autism in Oxfordshire
- works with statutory and non-statutory services, service users and families, to improve access to better local services for all people with autism and their families
- will ensure that all people taking part in meetings are able to have their say.
The board meets four times a year.
The Oxfordshire Learning Disability Partnership Board
The Learning Disability Partnership Board aims to improve the lives of people with learning disabilities and their families in Oxfordshire. The focus is on adults with a learning disability and young people with a learning disability going into adulthood. It brings together people with learning disabilities, family carers, provider representatives, Oxfordshire County Council and Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group representatives and health, housing and employment partners.
What we do
Through meeting regularly and inviting people to speak on key topics, we seek to:
The group has representation from:
- people with learning disabilities
- family carers
- Oxfordshire County Council
- Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group
- provider organisations
- health, housing and employment partners
The board meets four times a year. Meetings are generally closed to the public, however do contact us if you wish to attend.