We use the skills gained from our experience of disability, including mental health issues and long-term conditions, to create better services and more inclusive communities.
We believe support which comes from a place of shared experience and understanding can be life changing.
We produce research which captures the way in which disabled people make unique contributions to service development and society as a whole.
We fight to raise awareness about barriers faced by disabled people how we can work together to remove those barriers.
We aim to work in partnership with other disabled people to achieve their own goals.
We are determined to make our communities, services and workplaces more inclusive places to be for everybody.
The social model of disability says that disability is caused by the way society is organised, rather than by a person’s impairment or difference.
Touchpoint provides residents of Barnet with a place to go to get advice and support when things get difficult.
Supporting disabled people in Barnet with information and help with applications.
We are proud to be working with Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health Trust to help them deliver peer support and coproduction.
Our team of talented volunteers provide peer support for people who are struggling with their mental health.
Our User Voice project aims to amplify the voices of disabled people in Barnet to ensure they are heard by decision makers and those in power.
We provide high quality training and consultancy for organisations which want lived experience to inform their practice and projects.
Inclusion Barnet runs two popular local libraries, East Barnet and South Friern, in partnership with Barnet Council.
We believe that research is important and that there is a lack of research that deals with the realities of being a disabled person.
A peer led research, policy and campaigning project focused on improving Barnet adult social care.
Working to support the vital role of voluntary sector organisations in the borough of Barnet.
Helping local people get the best out of local services.
Here are our Latest News and Tweets.
Disability hate crime webinar, info stand, hidden disabilities and more. Barnet Council have are working with [...]
by Hannah Chamberlain, Enablement Lead, Inclusion Barnet World Mental Health Day takes place on 10 October, [...]
Job Title: Head of Community Services Full-time: 35 hours per week Location: Barnet, NW9, London Salary: [...]
A blog from Healthwatch Barnet on the new report into remote GP appointments Throughout the pandemic, [...]
Job Title: User Voice Project WorkerLocation: Barnet, NW9, LondonSalary: £26,000 per year pro rataContract: Until 31st [...]
Job title: Peer Support Worker Location: Barnet, NW9, London Salary: £27,750 per year pro rata, actual [...]
by Hannah Chamberlain, Enablement Lead, Inclusion Barnet Coverage of the Paralympics has in the past dominated [...]
If you don’t think they are, then write to your MP today! We join our friends [...]
We’re recruiting a full-time Peer Welfare Benefits Advisor Full-Time. £28,500 per year. Contract, Until 31st March [...]
If you’re disabled and are affected by cladding issues make sure your voice is heard on [...]
Tell us, and help change them for the better The Barnet Voice Forum is currently constructing [...]
Join the campaign to #ScrapCareCharging This month we are delighted to welcome Jon Abrams, Campaigns and [...]
What might the Hendon Hub mean for disabled people? We’ve submitted our response on the proposed [...]
We are looking for adult residents of Barnet who are currently using any of the council’s [...]
For just over a year now, Inclusion Barnet has been delivering Barnet’s local Healthwatch service. Healthwatch [...]
Wednesday 2nd June – 2.00-3.30pm We’re delighted to invite you to the June 2021 Inclusion Barnet [...]
Wednesday 12th May – 6.00-7.30pm Join us and share your views on the commissioning and decommissioning of [...]
Huge thanks to everyone who made last night’s Barnet and Camden London Assembly Hustings such [...]
Inclusion London and Inclusion Barnet GLA Hustings: Barnet and Camden Constituencies Tuesday 20th April – 6.00pm [...]
With #WorldTheatreDay taking place on 27 March there will be many blogs written about the impact [...]
In March 2020 the government announced a £20 uplift to Universal Credit, and in the March [...]
Written by Nick, our Library Manager Over 11 million people in this country tuned in to [...]
Voluntary and Community Sector Representation Lead Full-Time: £35,000 per year Closing date: 21 March 2021 To apply, [...]
Join us for a creative workshop where we discuss what we want Barnet Voice to aim [...]
Inclusion Barnet is celebrating today after being awarded £51,087.00 in National Lottery funding to put people with [...]
Our AGM (Tuesday 15th December) was a milestone in the life of Inclusion Barnet as we [...]
As we edge nearer to the end of 2020 we just wanted to say an [...]
Over the festive period we at Inclusion Barnet are taking a short break. We will have [...]
We are proud to have provided evidence supporting Just Fair’s submission to the House of Lords [...]
Barnet, London, Thursday 3rd December, 2020 – Inclusion Barnet, the Deaf and Disabled People’s Organisation [...]
The Trust Wide Enablement Partnership is our collaboration with Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health [...]
We are sad to announce that, due to a lack of funding, Inclusion Barnet has [...]
Ellen Cheshire has joined the Inclusion Barnet team as Fundraising and Organisational Development Advisor. In her [...]
We’re as pleased as punch to announce our new charity partnership with Shake Shack Brent Cross. [...]