Have your say in the big issues affecting people with learning disabilities or autism and their families in Islington and North London.
At Centre 404 we offer many different ways for family carers to get involved:
Islington Parent Carer Forum
The Islington Parent Carer Forum is a parent-led group for parents and family carers of children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) 0 to 25 years of age who live in Islington. This important meeting takes place every two months at Centre 404 and is a chance for parents to discuss matters that are important to them, participate in consultations and comment on developments in local and national disability services. It is an active group which has the specific aim to provide service providers with the views and concerns of their service user group.
Whenever possible, the meetings will be attended by one speaker from the council and/or other organizations. Attendees are encouraged to suggest what they would like to receive information and / or give feedback on.
For more information please visit the IPCF’s website here.
You can also follow IPCF on Social Media
Click here to see meeting dates for 2021 /2022
Click here to see the Islington Parent Carer Forum data protection policy
ASC for Tea
This is an opportunity for you to meet other parents/carers of a child or young person with autism across North London. It is a place to support one another and to share information and advice.
For more information please contact Jess on 020 7607 8762 / 07538 960034 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here to see meeting dates for 2021/2022 or download poster.
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Family Carers Reference Group (Islington)
The Family Carers Reference Group is a group of family carers of adults with learning disabilities who live in Islington. We meet every two months and welcome new members.
- We support each other in facing the many stresses and strains that family carers encounter
- We provide opportunities for senior managers, elected councillors and other professionals to meet family carers, to hear about our experiences and concerns and to answer our questions
- We elect representatives on to key decision-making groups in Islington
- We provide updates about developments in government policy and local initiatives (e.g. changes to welfare benefits or housing issues) that may affect you and your relative or friend.
Come along and have your say on the big issues facing people with learning disabilities and their families in Islington (such as Housing, Health Care Services, Fulfilling Lives/Activities, Personal Budgets, Staff Training, Social Care Management, Education and Employment).
Click here to see meeting dates for 2021/2022 or download poster
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