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Learning Disability Services

Ordinary lives

People with learning disabilities and/or autism want to lead ordinary lives and do the things that most people take for granted. They want to study at college, get a job, have relationships and friendships and enjoy leisure and social activities.

At IPC we help our clients to embed an approach to learning disability that promotes an “ordinary life”. You need whole sector, creative solutions that challenge traditional service models, because often their very design separates people with learning disabilities from the rest of the community and hence prevents them from living ordinary lives.

Philip Provenzano, Assistant Director
Philip Provenzano, Assistant Director

To discuss how we can help with your Learning Disability Services needs, contact Philip Provenzano

Our Services

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Applied Research and Evaluation

We help our clients identify strengths and areas for development by undertaking reviews and evaluations as well as longer term applied research projects to improve the evidence-base from which public care services are delivered.

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Consultancy

We help our clients solve problems, improve practice and innovate. We can help you to review, design, develop and implement policy, strategies, structures, services, pathways and operational guidance.

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Training and Development

We help our clients improve the skills and knowledge of their staff or other stakeholders. Through coaching, training and development, your services can have more consistent impact.

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Academic Partnerships

Our Academic Partners have dedicated, longer term support from experienced people with specialist knowledge in your field.

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