A person with a “learning disability” is someone who has difficulty in learning, which might make it harder to carry out day to day tasks and learn new things. What are Learning Disabilities?
The term “learning disability” covers a wide range of conditions that can impair a person’s ability to learn and meet developmental milestones. Characteristics of People with Learning Disabilities
Current social policy is to support people with learning disabilities, wherever possible to live in their own homes in the community. Care and Support Services for People with Learning Disabilities
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