Group of people with learning disabilitiesWelcome to the Dudley Learning Disability Partnership Board website

This website is for anyone with a learning disability living in Dudley.

It is also for their carers and the people who support them.



Neil Davies the chair person of Dudley Learning Disability Partnership Board and Dudley Voices for Choice member

Welcome to Dudley’s Learning Disability Partnership Board website.  My name is Neil Davies and I am the chair person for the Partnership Board.

At the Partnership Board meetings we think and talk about the needs of people in Dudley who have a learning disability and then discuss and plan ways Dudley Council and their partners work towards a better future for people with learning disabilities in the Dudley borough.

This website has been made as a place to visit to see many of the services available in Dudley for people who have a Learning Disability. You will be able to see when our next meetings are going to be and read the minutes of past meetings”.

SafeguardingSafeguarding in Dudley

If you need to report any abuse or bullying Dudley have a Safeguarding team you can contact.

There is more information on this website about keeping safe and abuse in the Help and Support box.
Click here to go to the Dudley Safeguarding website
Click here to go to Dudley Safeguarding web page “Report It”
Click here to go straight to Dudley’s referral form



Telephone: Dudley Safeguarding for adults: 0300 555 0055  

Out of hours Emergency Duty Team is available on 0300 555 8574


Safe Places LogoDudley Safe Places

Safe Places is for anyone with a disability and if you have dementia.

If you see this sign in a window it means someone inside can help you, or call someone if you want them to.

Click here to find out more about Dudley Safe Places

Care Act 2014The Care Act 

The Care Act is a new law which began in April 2015.

It puts people and their carers in control of their own care and support.


PaymentIt means that they are helped to make their own care and support choices, that best suit their own needs.

 The law also limits the amount of money you will have to pay towards your care and support.


Click here for more information on The Care Act 2014