The Learning Disability Advisory Group will help shape Government learning disability policy on issues including sustainable social services, tackling health inequalities and social integration and inclusion.
What does LDAG stand for?
LDAG stands for Learning Disability Advisory Group (UK)
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- Loudness Dependency of Auditory Evoked Potentials
- Learning Disabilities Association of Florida (also seen as LDA-FL; Winter Springs, FL)
- Learning Disability Awards Framework
- Lernforum Deutsch als Fremdsprache
- London Disability Arts Forum
- Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry
- Lower Delaware Autism Foundation (Lewes, DE)
- Learning Disabilities Association of Georgia (Atlanta, GA)
- Local Drug Action Group (Australia)
- Lowland Dry Acid Grassland (botanical classification)
- Lucan Disability Action Group (Lucan, Ireland)
- Learning Disabilities Association of Hawaii
- Laser Diode Array, Inc. (New York)
- Lead Development Association International
- Lymph Drainageist Association of Japan
- Learning Disabilities Association of Kansas
- Learning Disabilities Association of Kitchener-Waterloo (charitable group; Kitchener, Ontario, Canada)
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The Learning Disability Advisory Group will help the Welsh Government shape its learning disability policy on issues such as sustainable social services, tackling health inequalities and social integration and inclusion.
In its report Fulfilling the Promises submitted to the Assembly in 2001, the Learning Disability Advisory Group proposed the following principles, that people with learning disabilities: Are full citizens equal in status and value to other citizens of the same age; Have an equal right to expect a high quality of life - by having decent health, education, housing, safety and financial security, positive social relations and roles within family and community, employment opportunities, personal development, emotional well-being and civic rights; Have a right to decide for themselves and to join in decision-making affecting their life; Have access to general and specialist public services to improve their quality of life.