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Westminster Learning Disability Partnership (WLDP)

Last Updated 17/09/2019

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Westminster Learning Disability Partnership is a joint team of social care and health staff and is the first point of contact if you want to find out how to get support.

The team works with people with learning disabilities aged 18 and over and their family carers to identify where support is needed and how this can be provided in line with an individual’s person-centred plan.

Working closely with Children’s Services, the team helps support young people in transition as they move from childhood in to adulthood and are perhaps moving from Children’s to Adult’s Services.

Together, Children’s and Adult Services will share information and consult with the young person about their education, health and social care needs, as well as their goals and future employment opportunities. During this stage, the young person may wish to find out more information about direct payments and personal budgets to supports their level of independence and their ability to access other services.

Westminster Learning Disability Partnership wants people with a learning disability to have the same choice and control in their lives as everyone else in Westminster.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Westminster Learning Disability Partnership
 020 7641 7411

Where to go

Westminster Learning Disability Partnership
2nd Floor
215 Lisson Grove

Other Details


Age Ranges
18 years and over

Local Offer

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Who is this service available to?

The team works with people with learning disabilities aged 18 and over and their family carers assessed as eligible for social care funded provision.

The clinical team works with adults with a learning disability living in Westminster with an assessed need.

When a young person turns 18 there is a change in Government legislation. At 18 the young person becomes an adult and in the eyes of the law they are seen as an individual in their own right.This has an effect on the services the young person will receive, and how these are provided.

At this stage, it is your child’s needs which are assessed, rather than the needs of the whole family. Once your child is 18, services they receive will be arranged by the council’s Adult Services department.

How do you access this service?


Decisions about who should receive social care funded services are based on an assessment of the risks to both immediate and long term independence.

The Adult Services department arranges services for those who are e assessed as eligible for social care funded provision. If your child is assessed and not eligible for council services, the assessor will suggest some other services that might be able to help you.


How do we ensure the quality of this service?

Westminster Learning Disability Partnership is committed to a high standard of practice and delivery of quality services. As a multidisciplinary team they are committed to providing high quality health and social care services.

The team meets regularly to discuss the needs of the customer and their network, and ensure the relevant professionals are involved from the point of assessment throughout the care planning process.

This will include setting up services and regularly monitoring and reviewing of any care package being delivered. Standards are also regularly monitored through a local governance framework, Partnership Board, the Department of Health and Central London Community Healthcare.

Local Offer Age Bands
Transitions to Adulthood (16+)
Needs Level
SEN Provision Type

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