Services for people with disabilities
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Have your say about how we engage with people with a disability and long term health conditions
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We currently run 4 meetings for people who are d/Deaf disabled or have a long term
health condition to tell us what they think of our services and how they can be improved.
- Mental health forum
- Learning disability forum
- Sensory needs forum
- Physical disability forum
We set these up in 2010 and are now looking at them again to see if they remain fit for purpose, or if any changes could be made.
Over the next few months, we want to ask forum participants, and any other people
with disabilities who don’t currently attend a forum, what they think is important
about the forums, what they like and what could be better. We’ll be holding meetings
at the forums themselves as well as a mixture of surveys and workshops to involve
people in the discussion from across the Borough.
How to get involved
We have just launched a survey to gather people’s views. We want to hear from all adults who are d/Deaf, disabled or have a long term health condition, whether they have attended a forum or not. We are very keen to hear from people who have not attended a forum and get their views about how we engage.
Fill in the survey at: https://consultations.wearecamden.org/communications-strategy-improvement/having-your-say-in-camden
The survey will run until 23 August
Face to face sessions are also being held at each of the regular forum meetings
to ask participants how well they are working. We have already held sessions at the
learning disability and sensory needs forum The currently scheduled meetings are:
Physical Disability Forum
Monday 25 June, 10am-12pm
Charlie Ratchford Centre
Keep in touch
This page will be updated regularly with information about how to get involved. You can also share your views with us by emailing: email@example.com