The Scottish Commission for People with Learning Disabilities’ (SCLD) vision is of a fairer Scotland where people with learning disabilities live full, safe, loving and equal lives.
We are an intermediary organisation for the learning disability sector in Scotland.
We are a delivery partner to the Scottish Government in the implementation of The keys to life and Towards Transformation.
My Journey Through Life: THE REAL ME!
SCLD RSA lifetime Fellow Leeanne Clark has launched her debut book about her life experiences within the care system as a young woman with a learning disability.
The launch took place on Thursday 28th October, during National Care Leavers Week 2021. Over 40 guests attended the launch, including esteemed author John Glenday, Leeanne's writing mentor.
Introducing 'Include For Good'
SCLD is delighted to launch 'Include For Good' a new programme of transformational change that will see people with learning disabilities leading the way across all aspects of Scottish life.
We are looking for 8 people with a learning disability to lead this revolution and co-design Include For Good. These people will be the 'Rapporteurs'.
Human Rights Town - a new app!
SCLD is excited to announce the launch of 'Human Rights Town' - a new app developed by and for people with learning disabilities to help people know and understand their human rights.
Scottish Learning Disability Awards
The Scottish Learning Disability Awards provide an opportunity to celebrate, on a national level, the achievements of people with learning disabilities and the people who support them.