Welcome to Conwy Connect for Learning Disabilities
Conwy Connect for Learning Disabilities was set up in 1997 to help promote the rights of people with a learning disability living within the county of Conwy in North Wales. Our aims include ensuring people have equality of choice and opportunity in the community they live in. We provide an essential link between all stakeholders whilst keeping members up-to-date of relevant changes in learning disability services.
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Our Annual General Meeting will be held on Tuesday 18 November 2014, at the Colwyn Bay Cricket Club, 7.00pm -9.oopm. There will be presentations on “Love your Vote” and “Stigma” – the story continues.
Please see PDF documents below for further details.
AGM 2014 A5 Booklet
CC4LD Postcard invite 2014
Nomination Form 2014
AGM minutes 26 Nov 2013
I am making a questionnaire about Annual Health Checks for people with learning disabilities.
It is to send to people who do not go to their health check. It is to try and find out why they did not go.
If you are a person with a learning disability I would like your help. Can you please have a look at the questionnaire?
Click here to look at the questionnaire
I want to know if you can understand the questions. If you think the questionnaire is good and you understand it all please let me know.
If there is anything you do not understand please tell me. If you think there is anything that needs changing please say. Tell me what it is and how you think it can be better.
You can write your comments below.
Thank you for your help,
Conwy Connect held an open meeting on the 16th Sept 2014 about healthy eating.
Our Health improvement co-ordinator Paul Carter explaining about what you need to have on your plate to enjoy a healthy balanced meal.
47 people came to the meeting.
We had lots of discussion on what we should eat often, less often and as a treat.