Learning Disability Partnership (LDP)

We help people who have a learning disability.
  • If you have a learning disability diagnosis, we can provide health support
  • We can also provide social care support if you need this higher level of help. Find out about social care assessment and eligibility.

With the right help, everyone with a learning disability can achieve their goals.

(For support for people aged 0-25 years with additional needs, see our information on the local offer)

Contact us

Email: careinfo@cambridgeshire.gov.uk

Telephone: 0345 045 5202
8am to 6pm from Monday to Friday
9am to 1pm on Saturday

We work with a range of partners to provide:

  • daytime support
  • respite care
  • home care
  • supported living accommodation
  • specialist health support

Day services

We offer specialist services to meet a wide range of needs.

  • We help people to develop the skills to get a job.
  • We help people to take part in social activities.
  • We help people to learn.
  • Short-term residential care

We can provide short breaks so that carers can have a break.

Shared Lives scheme

Shared Lives provides short breaks within a family setting. The scheme supports adults to learn independence within their own communities. People can also be supported in a permanent placement.

Supported living

Where a person decides to live independently, we make sure they have support to stay safe.

Residential care

If supported living is not appropriate for you, we can help look into residential care.

Young adults team

The young adults team is part of the Learning Disability Partnership (LDP). The team supports young people with a learning disability from age 18 until they transfer to their local LDP team. This is likely to be (but is not automatically) at the end of formal education.