Map of the London Region

London Regional Meeting

The London regional summit meeting was held on 25th January. Read the rest of this entry »

Plan Resulting from the London Meeting

The Regional Plan developed from this meeting is available to download:


Notes from the London Meeting

You can read everything that people talked about at the London meeting here: Notes from the London meeting

Presentation by the Department for Communities and Local Government

Matthew West, from the Department for Communities and Local Government spoke of the government's plans Read the rest of this entry »

Additional Information for the London Region

All Star Trainers is a team of trainers based in London who have learning disabilities, visit their website here:


The Camden Society work to support the human rights of people with disabilities. Visit their website here:


Self Unlimited offer help and support to people with disabilities, visit their website here:


Tansport for London have produced a useful guide for travelling and staying safe around London. You can find it here:


People First have several bases in London, you can find contact details here:


Apasenth is an organisation that aims to support young people with learning disabilities from minority communities. Visit their website here:


Barnet Carers Centre have a multicultural carers support group. Visit their website here: Details can be found in the specialist carer services section.


Voiceability provide advocacy support in London:


Parents in Partnership is a network of parents who have children with special needs and learning disabilities in Croydon. Visit their website here:


Croydon BME Forum aims to give people from BME communities a voice in Croydon:


Barnet has a Learning Disability Parliament. For more information, visit:


Carers’ Hub Lambeth can provide information and assistance for carers in Lambeth:


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."