Local elections are planned to take place on Thursday 5 May.
These elections will be a chance for you to decide who runs local services like schools, care for the elderly and disabled and libraries.
Lots of people are sharing great information to help people get ready for the vote and decide how they vote.
Here are some resources from members and partners to help you to use your vote:
To take part and vote, you need to be on the ‘electoral role’.
Here is the government step-by-step easy read guide to registering to vote for people with a learning disability.
MiXiT have made a video for people with learning disabilities on how to vote.
Every Vote Counts have worked with people with a learning disability and people who support them to develop easy read information about voting.
There is also information about politics, how politics affects people, and how to get involved and have a say in how the country is run.
Visit the Every Vote Counts website here
Dimensions’ #LoveYourVote campaign supports people with learning disabilities and autism understand and exercise their right to vote.
The Quality Advisors at Community Integrated Care have made a guide all about voting and why politics is important.
It is particularly aimed at paid supporters helping people to vote.
Polling stations should have disabled access, and staff should help make reasonable adjustments so people with disabilities can vote.
You may have to talk to polling station staff about what support you would like.
Everybody with a learning disability has the right to vote.
Dimensions has created a Voting Passport which is useful if you decide to vote in person.
United Response has made an easy read practice ballot paper.
This is to help people to practice filling out a ballot paper before going to vote.
If you have any other easy read election resources we can share, please email us on info@LDEngland.org.uk.