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BAAPB Terms of reference

What is the Birmingham Autism and ADHD Partnership board (BAAPB)?

The BAAPB is made up of a group of people who are committed to improving the lives of people who are Autistic and/or have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) of all ages.

The BAAPB:

  • Informs and supports priorities in a Birmingham Autism and ADHD Delivery Plan.
  • Shares information about service developments and examples of good practice with networks involved with people who are Autistic and/or have ADHD.
  • Builds relationship across sectors and networks to facilitate joined up working in improving the lives of people who are Autistic and/or have ADHD.
  • Provides advice to commissioners about the needs of the population with Autism and/or ADHD.

The BAAPB also maintains links with other Partnership Boards and other local, regional and national groups.

To request a copy of the current Terms of Reference for the BAAPB, please contact the BAAPB: AutismADHD@birmingham.gov.uk

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