Presentation on theme: "Review of Kent Learning Disability Partnership Board."— Presentation transcript:
Review of Kent Learning Disability Partnership Board
Why do we need a review? Valuing People Now Recent changes Partners all work together.
Who will do the review? The review will be commissioned (bought for Kent) from an independent person or organisation
What will we have at the end of the review? Accessible report Lots of information Recommendations for Kent
How will we make sure that things happen after the review? Accessible report Action Plan Approved, Agreed and Signed
Timetable 17 th September 2009 – Partnership Board 16 th October 2009 – Selection Day November 2009 – January 2010 The Review happens 12 th February 2010 – The report is presented to the Review Group 18 th March 2010 – The report and Action Plan are presented to the Partnership Board
What will the review cover? - (Scope) Membership of KLDPB Support to KLDPB Funding of KLDPB Effectiveness of KLDPB Membership of DPGs Support to DPGs Funding of DPGs Effectiveness of DPGs Governance Decision making processes Making “Valuing People Now” happen Monitoring and evaluation Communication
What will the review cover? - (Scope) Involvement of people with learning disabilities Involvement of families and carers. Links to decision making and decision makers Links to partner organisations, including community and voluntary organisations, community interest companies The review is intended to strengthen work already done by both the Board (KLDPB), DPG’s and Lead Partners.