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Race, Disability and Self Directed Support in Sheffield

Race, Disability and Self Directed Support in Sheffield

This workshop will explore experiences of social care and self directed support for disabled people from black, asian and minority ethnic communities in Sheffield. This will include highlights from the ‘Think Local Act Personal (TLAP)’s recent report about the value of community groups in achieving good and personalised social care outcomes for people.

The event is for anyone with an interest in these issues.

The online workshop on Wednesday 8th December 2021 from 11am to 1pm, via Zoom, will also discuss local issues, including barriers to self directed support and local opportunities for change. With contributions from Emily Morton, from Disability Sheffield, David Bussue, from SACMHA and Clenton Farquharson, from Think Local Act Personal

To book a place or for further details please contact Stephen Lee Hodgkins, on behalf of Disability Sheffield, by emailing hiya@stephenleehodgkins.net or phone/SMS 07951050153.


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