Are care charges fair?

Split image of 4 panes. Black male over 40 with grey beard and glasses. White female over 40 with brown hair and caption: It has been a fight since the day my daughter was born. White male over 40 with greying dark hair and caption: For some people between heating their home and eating. White female over 40 with short curly red hair.

If you don’t think they are, then write to your MP today! We join our friends at Inclusion London in supporting their campaign to Scrap Care Charges. Our CEO has written to our local MP, Matthew Offord to urge him to write to the Health and Social Care Secretary Sajid Javid to abolish social care […]

The Co-Produced Support Project – Be involved in our Steering Group

We are looking for adult residents of Barnet who are currently using any of the council’s social care services. We want them to play a key part in improving adult social care in the Borough. There are THREE main things that we hope the project will achieve: User-led research that learns about people’s experience and […]

The Co-Produced Support project – invitation to have your say

Poster of project title and Have your say title.

We are looking for adult residents of Barnet who are currently using any of the council’s social care services. We want them to play a key part in improving adult social care in the Borough. There are THREE main things that we hope the project will achieve: User-led research that learns about people’s experience and […]

The Co-Produced Support Project – Be involved in our Steering Group

Invitation to The-Co-Produced-Support-Project-–-Invitation-to-be-Involved-in-our-Steering-Group

We are looking for adult residents of Barnet who are currently using any of the council’s social care services. We want them to play a key part in improving adult social care in the Borough. There are THREE main things that we hope the project will achieve: User-led research that learns about people’s experience and […]

Disability Arts & Activism, a guest blog by Penny Pepper

With #WorldTheatreDay taking place on 27 March there will be many blogs written about the impact of Covid-19 on ‘Theatre’ more generally and thinking about what its future may be. We’re thrilled to have been given permission to share with you an extract from the genre-defying and versatile writer/poet/performer Penny Pepper’s chapter on Disability Arts […]

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