Communities in Sheffield are being invited to have their say on plans to reshape the care offered to people with learning disabilities in the city.
Sheffield City Council has produced a draft strategy to improve services to help people to live independently.
The council currently provides or funds care and support for 1,500 people in Sheffield with a learning disability.
Public consultation will run for eight weeks, until November 4.
Coun Mary Lea said: “Our proposals are ambitious as we want to improve the quality of care and support for people and their families, while making sure services are value for money.”