Inclusion North are looking for new people to be Directors and to be on their Advisory Council

We are looking for local people with a learning disability, autistic people, family carers and people with professional expertise to join our Board of Directors and our Advisory Council.

We want to make sure we can speak up for everyone with a learning disability, autistic people and their families.

To do this we need lots of different people to be Directors and on the Advisory Council. So we really encourage everyone who is interested to apply.

Here is Denise reading the information

We would be especially happy to get applications from

  • People from Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds
  • People who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer
  • Younger people aged 18-25

These roles are voluntary, which means you don’t get paid for doing them.

We have one simple application form for you to fill in if you are interested in joining us.

This form needs to be back with us by Friday 5th March


We will use the application forms we get  to choose the people we would like to interview.

We will do interviews in March.. These will be done by video call.

We will let people know if they have been successful by Friday 26th March


If you think you might like to apply, please ask us for an Application Pack.

This has information about Inclusion North and what it is like to be a Director or on the Advisory Council, and an application form.

You can see the information and application form at the side of the screen in downloads


To ask for an Application Pack to be posted out to you, you can ring us.

Our phone number is  0113 2444792

Or you can send us an email to ask for an Application Pack. Our email address is


We have some zoom drop in sessions that you can join to find out more about Inclusion North and being a Director or Advisory Council Member , and ask any questions you have the information is at the side of the screen in the downloads.

You can see Stewart talking about being a Co Chair and Director

You can see Simon talking about being a member of the Advisory Council here 

You can see Darren talking about being a member of the Advisory Council