West Yorkshire Voice offers a chance for neurodivergent people and carers to have their say about assessments and services for autistic people.

The West Yorkshire Health and Care Partnership are having a meeting called ‘The West Yorkshire Neurodiversity Summit’ in December. It will bring people from across West Yorkshire together. This will be health and care professionals with partners from education, local councils, community groups, voluntary sector, and people with lived experience.

What will be discussed at the summit?

At the Summit people will talk about the long waiting lists for ADHD and autism assessments, the problems this is causing, and how to do the best for all the people who need support. There are limited spaces at the Summit and so West Yorkshire Voice want to invite people who have lived experience and carers to share their views and ideas with them before it.

West Yorkshire Voice will share this feedback at the Summit.

Share your experiences by:

  • Joining the discussion group at an in-person meeting (2 – 4pm) on Wednesday 22 November at the Old Fire Station (LS9 6NL) in Leeds. Book a place here: West Yorkshire Voice in person Discussion Group
  • Join an online discussion group on Wednesday 22 November (6 – 7pm) or arrange a time to have a one-to-one chat by getting in touch with Jude at West Yorkshire Voice: email [email protected] phone 0113 898 0035
  • Sharing your ideas on their survey: West Yorkshire Voice survey.