Learning Disability, Autism and Neurodiversity Bill - Lived Experience Advisory Panel: recruitment information - easy read

We are looking to recruit neurodivergent people to take part in a panel that will help us design an inclusive consultation for a new proposed bill.

What the panel can expect from the Scottish Government

People on the panel can expect the Scottish Government to organise the meeting and give people anything they need to read two weeks before it.

People on the panel can expect the Scottish Government to make reasonable adjustments during the meeting such as Easy Read documents or interpreters.

People can expect to be paid by the Scottish Government to enable them to be a part of the panel.

The Scottish Government will not ask people on the panel to talk about things they are not comfortable with.

The Scottish Government does not expect people on the panel to have any special skills or know a lot about the law.

The Scottish Government wants people on the panel to share their own experiences as a person with Learning Disabilities or as an Autistic person.

The Scottish Government wants to involve people from ethnic minority groups and LGBTQ+ people.


Email: LDAN.Bill@gov.scot

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