Wellbeing News (10) - Learning Disability Wales Annual Conference Tuesday 13 - Wednesday 14 November
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Learning Disability Wales Annual Conference Tuesday 13 - Wednesday 14 November 2018 Newport, South Wales (Accessible venue)
Bookings are now open for Learning Disability Wales' Annual Conference focusing on how we can invest in a better future for people with a learning disability by changing the way we do things and doing different things.
“All our futures” will focus on issues from childhood, through adulthood and into older age reflecting relevant key laws and policies in Wales: Improving Lives Programme, Well-being of Future Generations Act, Social Services and Well-being Act and Prosperity for All. They will have a lively mix of interactive and informative workshops, speakers and drama including:
Huw Iranca-Davies AM, Minister for Children, Older People and Social Care
Sally Holland, Children’s Commisioner for Wales
Improving lives programme
For further information, prices and booking visit their website