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We Speak, You Listen

We Speak, You Listen

Disability Sheffield’s learning disability and Autism group Sheffield Voices is holding their next ‘We Speak You Listen’ event at Hillsborough Arena on 26th May from 10am-2pm including lunch (provided).

Sheffield Voices are working in partnership with Sheffield Health and Social Care ( SHSC ) and Healthwatch to find out what people want mental health services for people with learning disabilities and Autism to look like going forward.

This community sharing event happens every month. This month we are at Hillsborough Arena doing a session around the Cost of living and how it is impacting the learning disability community, as well as talking about the Learning Disability Strategy for Sheffield.

You can find more information about the event and contact details on Sheffield Voices Facebook and on their poster

Everyone is welcome, please share with your networks, and let us know if you are bringing a group if possible so we know how many people to prepare food for. Any questions email info@sheffieldvoices.org.uk .

Here’s the report for their April event and in Easy Read.


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