This webinar was delivered as part of the NW ADASS Community
Resilience Programme and was presented by the Chief Executive of
Inclusion North, Sam Clark.
In social care and health settings we are constantly grappling
with how we can work differently and think differently about people
who come to public services (willingly and otherwise) needing
support. With so many new ways of thinking around - asset based
community development, strengths based approaches, Local Area
Coordination, community capacity, social pedagogy, community
resilience - sometimes it's hard for people who work in services,
as well as the people and families they support, to work out which
approach (aside from humanity and common sense!) they should be
using. In this webinar we will take a practical look at what one
organisation, Inclusion North, has been learning with its
Inclusion North promote the inclusion
of people with learning disabilities, their families and carers.
Inclusion North want people with learning disabilities to have good
lives, and supports different ways of working that help people to
get the lives they want. A lot of Inclusion North's work is in the
North East and Yorkshire & Humber, but also works in other
areas or with other groups across the country.