United Response is a leading member of Learning Disability Voices, a coalition set up to ensure that learning disability provision is adequately funded and therefore available to all the people who need it.

A coalition of charities, not-for-profits and independent sector providers of learning disabilities services, Learning Disability Voices, fears that standards in social care will slip and goals set out under the transformation agenda will be missed if the Government doesn’t provide proper funding for care.

With this in mind, on 25th May, Learning Disability Voices launched its Care Crisis Manifesto. Backed by former care minister, Norman Lamb MP, the manifesto calls on the Government to take six urgent actions to ensure that care for people with learning disabilities is properly funded and available for the thousands of people of with learning disabilities who need it  to live their day-to-day lives.

Download the manifesto