Learning disability

Market Position Statement

Coming soon: This document will help current or future providers of social care services to understand the background to our local market and the ways we expect it to develop.

Our Service Providers

North Tyneside council contracts with various organisations to provide services for people with learning disabilities.

Living Well North Tyneside

It’s often difficult to find useful information about local health and care services, as well as local events and services in your area to help you in everyday life. 

A new website called Living Well North Tyneside was launched in 2021, it includes lots of information about living well, local activities and the support and services that are available to you.

The new website builds on the success of the previous SIGN Directory and provides a wider offer to residents locally. 



Quality monitoring information: summary

This information describes the system of monitoring the quality of services we commission for people with a learning disability and the findings of quality monitoring activities. They cover providers of community services, residential care, and supported living services.

Related documents

Quality monitoring information: day care

Related documents

Transforming Care and NHS Commissioning

For more information about the Transforming Care Programme and changes to how the NHS commissions support for people with a learning disability please see the NHS.


Here you will find out more about our fees for providers of adult social care services 

We update our fees for providers regularly, you can find our latest rates here 


Coronavirus (Covid-19) Information for Commissioned Service Providers