CDA have joined together with Personalisation Services in Camden (PSIC) to offer a free one day training session to help you to be a better employer. If you employ your own carers/Personal Assistants (PA’s), use a care agency or you are thinking about employing a PA, this training will be invaluable. The trainer will be CDA Chair […]
In September, 2017 Camden Disability Action was the organisation chosen, with its voluntary sector partners, to run the new Centre for Independent Living that is being built at this very moment at Greenwood Place. What is CDA? What will the Centre for Independent Living do? In many ways, these two questions are the same. CDA […]
Saturday 21st October, 10.30 am – 4.30 pm, Mander Hall, NEU Headquarters, Hamilton House, 3, Mabledon Place, London WC1H 9BD UK Disability History Month is examining disabled artists, artists who have featured disabled people and artists who have identified with the Disability Arts Movement to bring about social change. For more information and to book your place […]
Have your say about government transport accessibility policy. With 13.3 million people reporting a disability in the UK in 2015/16 the importance of this government consultation cannot be ignored. It is 73 pages long and covers all transport forms. Everyone can respond in detail to its questions if they want to. Visit the Disabled People […]
Free activities include Swimming, Junior Dance (ages 11-18), Wall Climbing (all ages), Gym (age from 11+) and Multi-Sports (all ages) 12 – 4pm. Also free for sibling, parent or carer. Camden Disability Action will have a stall at the event from 2-4 pm. CDA is run and controlled by disabled people, unlike many other voluntary […]
Building a dialogue around health and wellbeing in Camden.
In this live research project, Central Saint Martins students will be working with local community groups affiliated with Camden Clinical Commissioning Group to create a rich picture of everyday life in the London borough, through street photography, written observations and portraits of everyday life activities under the broad theme of health and wellbeing.
“The Future of Health and Social Care Services for Disabled People in Camden”
Date: Wednesday, 15th February 2017
Time: 2 – 5 pm (registration from 2 pm)
Venue: Wellcome Trust, 215 Euston Road, London, NW1 2BE
An event to tell you about CDA, the new user led organisation to represent deaf and disabled people in Camden.