Clenton Farquharson has extensive knowledge around health and
social care, particularly in relation to equality and co-production
due to both personal and professional experience.
He is a member of the National Co-production Advisory Group,
which is a partner of the Think Local, Act Personal partnership. He
is also a member of the Coalition for Collaborative Care
Co-production Group, which brings together people, including people
with long-term conditions, and organisations from across health and
social care. He is a trustee of Lench's Trust, an almshouse charity
founded in 1526 by William Lench, and a trustee of CHANGE, a
learning disability rights charity.
Clenton is Director of Community Navigator Services CIC and is
one of eight Fellows that act as an Skills for Care Ambassador,
supporting, developing and maintaining relationships between Skills
for Care and social care experts. The Fellows use their collective
decades of high level experience to inform, stimulate and challenge
Skills For Care work, developing the skills and knowledge of the
growing adult social care workforce.
Clenton was awarded an MBE for services to people with
disabilities in the 2014 Queen's Birthday Honours List.