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 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 […]

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 […]

June Members’ Meeting – Do you have a story to tell?

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Wednesday 2nd June – 2.00-3.30pm We’re delighted to invite you to the June 2021 Inclusion Barnet members’ meeting. This time we’ll be talking about an exciting new opportunity to tell the stories of what you and your community have experienced during the COVID-19 crisis, in ways that work for you. Whether you’re a keen writer, […]

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

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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 […]

What is lost when Mental Health Services Close?

'Barnet Voice for Mental Health User Voice Forum' logo

Wednesday 12th May – 6.00-7.30pm Join us and share your views on the commissioning and decommissioning of mental health services in Barnet The Barnet Voice Forum is a space for people in Barnet who have lived experience of mental health issues, or care for someone who does, to come together and make a difference. At our […]

London Assembly Hustings: Video now Live!

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  Huge thanks to everyone who made last night’s Barnet and Camden London Assembly Hustings such a success! It was great to hear from the candidates, and we’d like to give a special thanks to our colleagues at Inclusion London for all their hard work. You can watch the whole live stream back now at: […]

Inclusion London and Inclusion Barnet GLA Hustings: Barnet and Camden Constituencies

Poster of a large question mark above a person voting. Words: 6:00pm - Tuesday 20th April. Inclusion London and Inclusion Barnet GLA Hustings: Barnet and Camden Constituencies. BSL & Live Captioning

Inclusion London and Inclusion Barnet GLA Hustings: Barnet and Camden Constituencies Tuesday 20th April – 6.00pm Inclusion Barnet, in conjunction with Inclusion London, are excited to announce that we will be holding a hustings ahead of the upcoming London Assembly elections. The London Elects information booklet explains the role of the London Assembly thus: “The […]

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 […]

Does the 2021 Budget discriminate against disabled people?

Inclusion Barnet logo. Underneath, 'DISABILITY RIGHTS FORUM'. The word 'FORUM' is slanted and written on a yellow placard held in a fist

In March 2020 the government announced a £20 uplift to Universal Credit, and in the March 2021 Budget the uplift was extended until September. But it doesn’t apply to people receiving ‘legacy’ benefits. Three quarters of those on legacy benefits are disabled people who receive Employment Support Allowance (ESA). With disabled people disproportionately impacted by the […]

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