Charter for Inclusion – Signed up

 

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Here is the list of those who have already signed up:

 

NATIONAL

Advance, Witney (Rachel Haydon)

ARC, Chesterfield (Jane Livingstone, Acting Chief Executive Officer)

BILD (Keith Smith, Chief Executive Officer)

Disability Works, Northampton (Sid Jeewa)

Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities, London (Molly Mattingly)

Inspired Services Publishing, Newmarket (Andrew Holman)

The Princess Royal Trust for Carers and Crossroads Care, Essex (Cath Baker)

Real Life Options (Brian Hutchinson, Chief Executive Officer)

Social Care Institute for Excellence (Hugh Constant)

 

REGIONAL

 

South West:

Bournemouth Learning Disability Partnership Board

Bristol Learning Disability Partnership Board (Alistair Henderson)

Dorset Advocacy, Dorchester (Nicky Mann, Chief Executive)

Dorset Learning Disability Partnership Board, Dorchester (Allyson Evans)

Dorset Healthcare University NHS Foundation Trust, Dorchester (David Corbin)

HFT, Bristol (Nigel Horne)

Lisa Browning, Social Work Student, Bournemouth

Plymouth & Devon Racial Equality Council, Exeter (Penny Dane)

Shallal, Penzance (Jo Willis)

 

East Midlands:

Acute LD Liaison Team, Nottingham (Shelly Hancock)

Aspley Children’s Centre, Nottingham (Julie Evans)

Leicester City LD Partnership Board (Zoe Goodwin and Stephanie Chapman)

 

North East:

City Equals, Sunderland (Angela Mills)

North Tyneside LINk (Alison Chalmers)

Northumberland LD Partnership Board (Ann Brown)

Self Unlimited, North East (Suzanne Loughran)

 

North West:

Blackpool Council (Kelly Neale)

Blackpool Teaching Hospitals (Tina Daniels)

Bolton Disability Partnership (Melanie Carr)

CIC, Liverpool (Leanne Cretney)

Community Integrated Care, Liverpool (Howard Rice)

Fylde Community Link (Fergus Stokes, Chief Executive Officer)

IMatter, Manchester (Oi Mei Li)

Knowsley Council / NHS Knowsley (Nita Cresswell)

Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Council, Merseyside (Mark Fox)

Lancaster Partnership and North Lancashire Partnership Board (Natalie Vranjes)

Liverpool Learning Disability Making It Happen Partnership (Joanne Bruce)

Mary Seacole House, Liverpool (Kellie Keating)

Mencap, Liverpool (Sarah Jones)

Mencap, Manchester (Kate Maggs)

North Lancashire LDPB, Lancaster

Pendle Support & Care Services (Sandra McBeth)

REACT Caritas Care Ltd, Morecombe (Natalie Vranjes)

Rochdale Gateway Leisure Ltd, Lancashire (Robina Kauser)

SLC Signposts Ltd, Liverpool (Su Garrard)

Tameside MBC (Lina Patel)

Walton Lea Project, Warrington (Julie Dadson)

Warrington Advocacy (Jeneen Mullan)

 

 

West Midlands:

Amber Support Services, Bromsgrove (Jacqeline De Sousa)

Coventry Carers’ Centre (Uma Sharma)

DACHS, Dudley MBC (Richard Carter, Assistant Director)

Diamonds in the Rough C.I.C, Birmingham (Jacqueline Anderson)

Dudley MBC / CTLD East (Ali Mohammed)

Siraaj Nadat, Walsall

Speakeasy N.O.W. Droitwich Spa (Ian Harper, Co-Chair)

 

Eastern:

Advocacy Alliance, Bedfordshire (Janice Scott)

Cambridge Ethnic Community Forum (Eddie Stadnik)

ISPB, Cheddington (Nick Mellors)

Suffolk Family Carers, Ipswich (Bill Priestley)

 

South East:

Care Management Group, Surrey (Lisa Burnett and Edward Newman)

My Life My Choice, Oxford (Champions)

Oxfordshire Community Learning Disability Team (David Proudfoot)

Scotts Project Trust, Kent (Brenda Heritage)

 

London:

Afiya Trust, London (Nita Devabhai)

Carole Haynes, Parent/Carer, London

Certitude, Lambeth (Catherine Austin)

Certitude, London (Nicole Griffiths)

Creating Lifestyles Ltd, Tottenham (Rita Kelsey)

Fresh Start Training Consult (Omowaleola Adebowale)

Hammersmith and Fulham Mencap (Rebecca Moore)

LionHeart in the Community, Brixton (Lionel Foy)

Michelli Jaques, London Borough of Lambeth

Parents in Partnership, Croydon (Jackie Sanders)

Support for Living, Ealing (Madeline Cooper)

Three Cs, Greenwich (Jo Clare)

 

Yorkshire & Humberside:

Cloverleaf Advocacy, Dewsbury (Karen Graham)

HFT – Leeds (David Hansen)

HFT – Sheffield / Derbyshire (Matt Driver)

HFT – Wakefield (Jackie Tait)

HFT – Luv2meetU Community Interest Company, Wakefield (John Proctor)

People in Action (Leeds) UK (Aqila Choudhry)

Social Services, Scunthorpe (Joanne Mosby)

Speakup Self Advocacy Limited, Rotherham (Anne Ferguson)

The Peacemakers, Bradford (Yemi Fagborum)

UBU (Lesley Rattigan)

 

Use of the Charter

"I will use this to inform our own inclusion strategy which we are developing with the people we support. I will make sure that our self-advocacy groups and ambassadors are aware of the charter so that they can tell others too, and check we are achieving the goals."

"We will be looking to adopt the National Charter for Inclusion as part of our own updated single Equality Scheme, which will in turn recognise the requirements of the Public Sector Equality Duty, which places additional obligations on public authorities and those who provide services through public money."

"We will build the principles of the Charter into project planning and improve our outreach into the community."

"I will ensure that the charter is circulated and enforced by other professionals when working with all members of the community."

"We will provide a copy for our service users, families and staff and plan to refer to the Charter in Induction and Diversity training."