Disability Rights UK, National LGB&T Partnership, Race Equality Foundation and the Department of Health are organising an event: “Personalisation and Equalities: Making personalisation and personal budgets work for diverse people, their families, and communities.”
This event will take place on Thursday 28th March 2013 (11am-4pm) at the Training Suite, Race Equality Foundation, Deane House Studios, Greenwood Place, Kentish Town, London NW5 1LB.
The objectives of this learning event are:
- To understand and explore the different experiences of personalisation from a range of communities that have experienced discrimination or disadvantage such as LGB&T disabled people.
- To highlight how individuals across a range of communities such as black and minority ethnic older people can utilise personalisation to achieve better outcomes,
- To identify best practice in supporting all people, such as disabled men and women, in accessing social care and ensuring personalisation
- To help build a platform for mutual exchange between organisations who provide and are working to ensure personalisation of all services and the better use of personal budgets
This event is free and lunch and refreshments will be provided to all participants.
Places are limited. Please return a completed booking form/contact Farah@racefound.org.uk or call 0207 428 1880 for further information.
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