Job vacancy – Touchpoint Peer Worker

Job Vacancy - Touchpoint Peer Worker

We are looking for a passionate individual with their own lived experience of disability, an understanding of the social model of disability, and a commitment to our wider aims to: Work with people to help them lead more independent lives Provide people with advice and information and proactively refer them to support services Help people […]

Staff blog: Inspirational Quotes and Mental Health

Image reads: Just one small positive thought in the morning can change your whole day.

by Ed Peston, Communications Assistant at Inclusion Barnet I was looking at an article containing 40 inspirational mental health quotes which I promoted in a previous issue of the Barnet Voice for Mental Health newsletter, and was struck with how much just reading these quotes made me feel better and got me out of a […]

Job vacancy – Peer Communications & Engagement Officer

Poster: Job vacancy. Peer Communications and Engagement Officer. Inclusion Barnet

Are you great at connecting with people?  Are you looking for a great opportunity to showcase and develop your writing and engagement skills? If you have lived experience of disability, which could include a long-term health or mental health condition, then you could really thrive at our inclusive organisation. We are looking to recruit a […]

Members meeting Thursday 14th April 2022

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We’re hosting our first in-person members meeting since the start of lockdown and we’d love you to join us! Of course, staff will be masked up and you will still have the option of joining by video if you’re unable to attend. Inclusion Barnet Members’ Meeting South Friern Library Thursday 14th April 2022 12.00pm to […]

Staff blog: OMG have you seen Then Barbara Met Alan?

photo of TV drama characters Aland and Barbara in the road in front of a bus. Barbara is seated in wheelchair, Alan is standing. Wearing 80's style clothing.

Staff blog, by Hannah Chamberlain That was the first thing I posted on the Inclusion Barnet team chat the morning after the screening of the drama on BBC. Then Barbara Met Alan tells the story of disability rights activists Barbara Lisicki and Alan Holdsworth. It tells it as a love story, it tells it, said […]

PIP Assessment recordings – update

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Did you know that it is completely lawful for you to record your PIP assessment? New guidance issued to health professionals states that providers have the facility to audio record telephone and face-to-face consultations and that this should remove or reduce the need for claimants to record consultations. So, you can ask in advance for […]

Who wants to go to bed at 8pm every day?

Photo of Jennifer: Light skin toned, female aged between 40-50, light framed glasses, short curly light brown bobbed hair, wearing a blue gilet jacket over a dark blue top.

Blog link written by our Co-Chair, Jennifer Pearl Our Co-Chair, Jennifer Pearl, recently wrote a blog for Think Local Act National, a national partnership of more than 50 organisations committed to transforming health and care through personalisation and community-based support. The article is about lack of flexibility in care services for disabled people who need […]

Protest at Government’s decision to deny millions of disabled people financial help to survive the COVID-19 crisis.

Poster: When asked what difference an extra £20 per week would make, a respondent said: I wouldn't have to choose between heating or food. #MillionsMissingOut Disability Benefits Consortium.

Today disabled people and allies gathered outside the High Court to protest the Government’s decision to deny millions of disabled people financial help to survive the COVID-19 crisis. ‘They made me feel like disabled people don’t matter’: High Court hears of DWP discrimination against disabled people during COVID-19 Starting today, the High Court is hearing […]

Have you got a story that needs to be told?

Poster: Community Reporters Wanted. Sign up for free online training. Tell your stories, your way.

Is there something that is happening to you and your community that needs to shared? If this sounds like you, we want to hear from you! You can register for our free online training sessions to become a community reporter. We will support all our reporters throughout the project, and all the reports will be […]

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 […]

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