Skip to content.|

Check The Map

Personal tools

Learning Disability Week

It’s Our Community Too! This year the theme for Learning Disability Week is all about getting involved in your community. People with learning disabilities and their families should have the same rights as everyone else to do things in their communities. Learning Disability Week is a good chance to tell people that you have the right to be involved in your community. Plans for Learning Disability Week SCLD (Scottish Consortium for Learning Disability) is going to launch a photography exhibition. The photographs will show people’s communities across different times of the day. This will include the good things about them and the difficulties people can sometimes face getting out and about where they live. SCLD’s ‘My Right to be Safe’ Group is also hosting a let’s get together and talk about feeling safer in our communities event. This is so we can all find out what’s happening around this subject for people with learning disabilities and how we can share the work we’re doing. Get involved with ‘It’s Our Community Too!’ Take some photos! Get out into your community and take photos of the things that matter most to you. You can send your photographs back to SCLD and we’ll make them into a display.

For more information, visit

Conference Exhibition Information Day
19 June 2005 13:00 to 26 June 2005 21:00
Jan Murdoch
Contact Email
Contact Phone
0141 418 5420

View other events in the UK and Ireland.


Click this to return to the home page
Add your own service or event for FREE
Add Content
Recommended reading, games and links
LD Resources
Learning disability related events in the UK and Ireland
All about this site
About this site
Write to us
Contact Us
Helps you use this site
Site Map | Glossary | Join Mailing List | Legal

Sponsors: BILD, CENMAC | To sponsor contact us

Widgit Rebus Symbols are used on this website with kind permission of Widgit Software Ltd.

Copyright © 2014 Check The Map. All rights reserved | Powered by: Plone and Zope

This site conforms to the following standards: