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Who is this site for?
- People who use the service, their family and friends.
- People who may wish to use the service, their family and friends.
- People who work for Learning Disability Services or who are interested in doing so.
- Others with a general interest in Health and Social Care.
What we do
Manchester Learning Disability Partnership (MLDP) provides health and social care services to help people attain a good quality of life. It is a partnership between the Manchester City Council's Adult Social Care Department and the NHS.
"We work with each person together with their families, carers and friends to encourage health, well-being and independence and give support to help people live full and happy lives as members of their community".
The Learning Disability Partnership Board
Established in October 2001 and chaired by the City Council's Executive Member for Adults and is primarily responsible for delivering the Valuing People (Department of Health, 2000) tasks and objectives. It has representatiion from self advocates, carers, voluntary providers and mainstream service agencies (employment, leisure, housing, police, education etc) as well as specialist learning disability services including MLDP.
Community Learning Disability Teams are the point of entry for people seeking a service -
or contact via the City Council's Social Care Contact Centre tel. 0161 234 5001 or use the electronic self-referral form.
North Manchester: Crescent Bank, Humphrey Street, Crumpsall, Manchester, M8 9JS. tel: 0161 861 2958
Central Manchester: Moss Side District Office, 27 Bold Street, Moss Side, Manchester, M16 7AD, tel: 0161 226 8131
South Manchester: Level 2, Etrop Court, Rolandsway,Wythenshawe,Manchester,M22 5RG tel: 0161 219 2964
For general enquiries :
Head Office: Manchester Learning Disability Partnership, MCC Offices, Westwood Street, Moss Side, Manchester, M14 4PH, tel: 0161 234 3598.