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About Tenfold

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 over 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.

Work Priorities

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

Jez joins us as Development Worker for Learning Disabilities

7th October 2019|Learning Disability|

Jez Coram joins us from his recent role in research and development at CHANGE where he co-worked directly with people with learning disabilities on a variety of projects including improving the accessibility of NHS Business Services Authority patient facing information, [...]

PSI-Volition and Tenfold Merger Update

17th September 2019|Health & Care, Learning Disability, Mental Health, PSI|

We’re pleased to provide an update on the proposed merger between PSI-Volition and Tenfold, read on for further info… Forum Central, the voice of the health and care third sector in Leeds, has been delivered to date by the partnership [...]

Save the Date!! 5th November – Learning Disability Members Meet Up

30th September 2019|Learning Disability|

By Jez Coram, Development Worker for Learning Disabilities for Forum Central Save the date for your diaries - 5th November 2019 – the next Learning Disability Members meet up. The meet up will be happening 9-11am at St George’s Conference Centre, [...]


Tenfold member organisations, staff and service users are involved in all the strategic groups in Leeds. These include:

Leeds Learning Disability Partnership Board

Community Task Group

Learning Disability Health Task Group

The People’s Parliament

Learning Disability Health Task Group

Learning Disability Employment Group

Learning Disability Health Task Group

Information & Resources


  • Tenfold Members

    Almost 100 voluntary sector organisations are members of Tenfold, Our members provide a wide range of service across Leeds – for more details please see the member directory.

                        Contact Us

                        Jez Coram

                        Development Worker for Learning Disabilities

                        Jez is the Development Worker for Learning Disabilities.

                        Jez joined Forum Central in September 2019. He has worked directly with people with learning disabilities for nine years in the third sector in Leeds, recently in project research and development, project co-ordination, and as a multi-media designer.

                        Over the years he has learnt a lot from the staff and volunteers with learning disabilities he has co-worked with. His role at Forum Central will be to build on the great work that has already been done and connect with member organisations, passing information between members and statutory services in a format members can understand, encouraging partnership working and helping to make sure people with learning disabilities voices, views and experiences are heard and are key to strategy and commissioning in the city.

                        Through his varied projects Jez has built a good understanding of the variety of discriminations faced by people with learning disabilities. He is happy to be a part of the forum central team and looking forward to learning from and working with the member organisations to help them engage with the Being Me strategy for Leeds and build on its inclusivity as a city.

                        When not at Forum Central Jez is usually, either with his family and dog, or watching Netflix.