This care service is committed to promoting the rights and interests of people with learning disabilities in line with national and local policies and strategies. It considers that it is always important to challenge the general perceptions of learning-disabled people as being “different” from other people and the stereotypes and prejudices that accompany such perceptions.
The service’s policies emphasise the rights and needs of every learning-disabled person to have a life that affords the same opportunities for community living and development as anyone else in society.
The service seeks to promote equality, social inclusion, anti-discrimination and anti-stigma for all people with a learning disability. In line with this, it challenges any actions that could result in any service user being unfairly treated, discriminated against or stigmatised on account of their learning disability.
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