Taking Control of Your Life Open Forum- in collaboration with Local Voices

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Date(s) - 14/04/2021
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

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by Real

Come and help us shape the future of support services in Tower Hamlets!

Please come along to our session on social care charging and changes on the 14th April at 2pm run by our Local Voices and Taking Control of Your Life projects.

It’s a great opportunity to discuss your experiences of social care.

In addition all attendees will be entered into our draw for the £50* voucher to a business of your choice.

 

What it’s about

Real has received reports from clients of changes to their social care support packages over the past few months. We’re interested in understanding what these changes have entailed and how people’s needs are being met within the borough.

We’re really interested in hearing:

  • The positive and negative experiences you’ve had within the social care system
  • If social care charging has affected you and how
  • Where your needs are being met, and if applicable, where they are not

 

Who the event is for:

Disabled** people who live in the London borough of Tower Hamlets.

 

How to book:

  • Sign up here on Eventbrite.
  • Email us at TCOYL@real.org.uk
  • Call 07458 304616 to secure your place.

Once you’ve booked your place, we’ll send you the Zoom link you need to join (and instructions on how to do this) 24 hours before the event is due to start.

 

Access

If you require support to participate in the event please let us know as soon as you can by email or phone.

Want to get involved but can’t attend due to other commitments? Or maybe you simply don’t feel comfortable using Zoom or meeting in a group setting? Not to worry – please contact our team on the above details and we can support you to participate in whatever way works best for you.

 

*Real reserves the right to suggest alternatives if the suggestion is not appropriate, reasonable or it is difficult to obtain.

**When we used the word Disabled we consider this anyone who has an impairment, illness, injury or long-term health condition and who may face barriers to being included in society, whether they self-identify as disabled or not.

This includes those with physical, cognitive and sensory impairments, people with learning disabilities; Deaf people, people with visual impairments, mental health system users, and survivors, and others.