Tenfold supports its member organisations to improve services and opportunities for people with learning disabilities.
Our aim is to drive positive change. We do this by connecting people, sharing information, campaigning, networking and events and being passionate about what we do!
Tenfold has almost 100 member organisations, all voluntary, community and faith sector organisations who work with and for people who have learning disabilities in Leeds.
We facilitate strong relationships across our membership by working across all sectors, using partnership working, facilitating collaboration, bringing members together and connecting with decision makers.
To find member organisations and services you can search the Forum Central members directory, or open a list of Tenfold members (pdf, 111KB, updated July 2018). For more information on joining contact us.
Tenfold provides specialist support in Leeds to the area of Learning Disability. We have built up excellent working relationships with partners in the third sector, with the council, including care management teams and commissioners, and with colleagues from across all areas of health services in the city.
We work in ways that ensure service users’ voices are heard and that services are designed to be person-centred and tailored to priority and individual needs.
We support collaboration and networking across our membership and wider partnerships, and we deliver information, events and campaigns to raise awareness of the issues facing learning disabled people.
Tenfold is seen as the ‘go to’ organisation for learning disability information, knowledge and sign-posting in the city, and we are proud of our excellent reputation.
Learning Disability news and events
Ilkley Community Enterprise, the charity that runs Outside the Box Cafe in Ilkley is recruiting new Trustees. What they are looking for: We are a small but dynamic and growing charity. Our Board is a group of committed volunteer Trustees bringing [...]
The best time to have a jab is in the autumn - which means now! This is especially important for people with learning disabilities as they are more likely to become seriously ill or die if they get the flu. Paid [...]
Tenfold member organisations, staff and service users are involved in all the strategic groups in Leeds. These include:
Leeds Learning Disability Partnership Board
Learning Disability Health Task Group
Transforming Care Programme Board
Better Lives Leeds Board Community Task Group
Information & Resources
Committed to improving the lives of children and young people with learning difficulties and disabilities through supporting high quality education.
Provides a high standard of, care, specialist further education and employment services to enable people with learning disabilities to realise their full potential.
Open Future Learning provides online training for frontline learning disability support staff.
Funded by the Department for Education Preparing for Adulthood seeks to help young people with Special Educational Needs and disabilities to have equal life chances as they move into adulthood.
Links: Learning Disability Organisations
The Learning Disability Coalition campaigns against cuts and for better funding for social care for people with learning disabilities.
Works to promote the rights, quality of life and opportunities of people with learning disabilities and their families.
Membership organisation bringing together people with learning disabilities, families, professionals and organisations.
BILD uses its skills, knowledge and experience to turn policy into practice, solve problems and improve support.
Respond exists in order to: lessen the effect of trauma and abuse on people with learning disabilities their families and supporters.
Your Health Matters
Your Health Matters is a project in Leeds for adults with learning disabilities.
Helping people get the best out of their local health and care services by bringing their voice to those who plan and deliver services in Leeds.
DS Active is a sports programme for people with Down’s syndrome, created in response to the awareness of the sedentary lifestyles of many children and adults with Down’s syndrome and the subsequent health problems.
For over 50 years Revitalise have been providing holiday-style breaks with care for disabled people and carers.
The Wildside Venture provides opportunities for adults with learning disabilities and autism to access nature. By offering camping trips to various locations covering various activities – hope to see you on the wildside…
Support, promotion and development of the principles and provision of supported employment.
Connecting employers and employees with Down’s Syndrome.
Business Disability Forum is a not-for-profit member organisation that makes it easier and more rewarding to do business with and employ disabled people.
Leeds Learning Disability Partnership Board Strategy 2015 – 2018 ‘Being Me’
Leeds Learning Disability Partnership Board Strategy 2015 – 2018 ‘Being Me’ It sets out the priorities for the Partnership Board and its members over the next three years.
The three main areas were decided by people with learning disabilities and they reflect the issues that are important to them.
- Being Safe
- Being Well
- Being Connected
These three themes form the focus of the strategy and will drive the work of the Partnership Board over the coming years.