What is a learning disability?
The answer is that it's different for every person who has one. But there are some things that are true for everyone with a learning disability, and some common (and not so common) conditions that will mean you have a learning disability.
Our no-nonsense information and resources will help you get to grips with learning disability.
Conditions associated with learning disability
As well as having a learning disability, a lot of people have other physical or emotional conditions, and may receive more than one diagnosis.
This could have an impact on the kind of support they and their families need in their day-to-day life.
You can find out more about some of the conditions that are closely associated with learning disability below.
Treat me well
Treat me well is our campaign to transform how the NHS treats people with a learning disability in hospital.
We know the treatment people with a learning disability get in hospital is still not good enough in many parts of the country.
This has to change.
Find out more about the campaign including how you can get involved and show your supportFind out more
To celebrate our 70th birthday, and in honour of Judy Fryd's work, we've launched a new online community for parents of children with a learning disability. Parents, like Judy, who are seeking advice and support from others like them.
FamilyHub is a community to share your experiences, triumphs and challenges.Come and say hello