What matters to me - drop in

Published: 24 January 2020

Come and tell us on 27 or 28 January, Sivatech, Aylesbury

Buckinghamshire County Council is developing a vision to help young people prepare for adulthood. This is the time in a young person’s life sometimes called ‘transition’ or 'growing up’ We want all young people with learning disabilities to be ready to become an adult. To do this we need to know what matters to you.

At this time young people start thinking about what they want in the future. Things like:

  •  getting a job or going to college

  •  choosing where to live

Please come and talk to us if you:

  • are a young person with a learning disability

  • care for someone with a learning disability

  • have used or know about learning disability services

We want to talk to as many young people, parents and carers as possible. Together we can work out the best way to support you or plan services in the future. We have planned two ‘What Matters to me’ drop-in sessions. Choose which day and time you is best for you.


They are 27 January at 2.30pm or 28 January at 5.30pm.  

Both sessions will be at: Sivatech, 35 Gatehouse Close, Aylesbury HP19 8DE


You do not need to book. Just come along and tell us what matters to you. For more information email: betterlivestransformation@buckscc.gov.uk