Join Our Team: Peer Welfare Benefits Advisor

We’re recruiting a full-time Peer Welfare Benefits Advisor Full-Time. £28,500 per year. Contract, Until 31st March 2022, extendable for a further two years subject to confirmation of funding Closing date: 09 August 2021, but apply now as we’ll be scheduling interviews as the applications come in. Are you a welfare benefits advisor with at least […]

Only 7 days left to respond: Cladding consultation

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If you’re disabled and are affected by cladding issues make sure your voice is heard on the current Government consultation.   Our CEO, Caroline Collier has responded to this important consultation because 5290 people in Barnet are affected by cladding issues. Of those, we know that disabled people amongst them will be disproportionately impacted.   […]

Inclusion Barnet Libraries – blog about our extended opening times

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Unbelievably, it’s been fifteen months since we were last able to have members of the public wander around our libraries, free to look at and choose books for themselves.  We’ve been running a ‘Select & Collect’ takeaway service in the meantime, which has become extraordinarily successful and a lifeline for many people hungry for a […]

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 […]

Volunteers: Equality and Diversity Guidance

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Guest blog by Volunteering Barnet Following on from Volunteering Barnet‘s guest blog on Recruiting Volunteers, this second one for Volunteers’ Week takes a look at Equality and Diversity in your Volunteer recruitment and team. The Basics Anyone can volunteer, regardless of background, nationality, disability, age, class, gender or religion. However, some volunteers find there are […]

The news from Healthwatch Barnet: surveys, events, have your say

For just over a year now, Inclusion Barnet has been delivering Barnet’s local Healthwatch service. Healthwatch Barnet exists to help local people get the best out of their health and social care services. We gather information and feedback from patients and service-users to shape care, and we run events and projects to bring Barnet people […]

Judi Joins the Barnet Together Team

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Inclusion Barnet, through Barnet Together, provides infrastructure support, information, training and representation to and for Barnet’s voluntary, community and faith organisations, primarily to those working in the Adults sector, and this last is an area IB are looking to grow in the coming months and my new role as VCFS Representation Lead will play a […]

Working from Home: Top Tips

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With reports in The Times this week that “More than half of staff ‘will partly work from home’”, with “two thirds of companies offering remote work to their teams”, it looks as though working from home/remote working/blended working will be around for a while longer. Barnet Together produced four Top Tip guides last year linked […]

Introduction to Recruiting Volunteers

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Guest blog by Volunteering Barnet For Volunteers’ Week our friends at Volunteering Barnet have written a handy guide to Recruiting Volunteers, the full PDF is downloadable below, but here are their Top Ten Tips. Make sure your organisation is “volunteer-ready” by completing the Volunteer Management Health Check. Before recruiting, carefully plan how volunteers will be […]

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

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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 […]

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