Direct Payments café 22 Oct 1:30 – 3pm

Do you receive a Direct payment and live in Dudley Borough? Or are you a family member, carer or personal assistant of someone who receives a Direct payment in Dudley? If so you are invited to the next Direct Payments café at Queens cross network, Wellington Road Dudley, DY1 1RB On Tuesday 22nd October 1.30 pm until 3 pm To confirm attendance please call Dudley Cil on Telephone: 07989515771 or 01384 813460 E-mail: info@dudleycil.uk or disabilityinaction.ulo@hotmail.co.uk Or alternatively just come along and meet us… You’ll be most...

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Do you employ a personal assistant? Are you a good boss? Free training is now available

Hosted by Dudley’s centre for Inclusive Living this free training course is for all Individual’s who employ a PA or are looking to do so. Becoming an Individual Employer (IE) can be very daunting, so this course has been designed to make the IE role much easier. This interactive course is for Individual Employers who want to get a good grounding in what to do and what not to do, to become a Good Boss. This 3 session course covers Before the PA starts The importance of proper Induction Preventing and sorting out problems    The course is being provided by Surrey Independent Living Council on behalf of Skills for Care and will take place at Queen Cross Network, Dudley. If you are interested and would like to know more about this course or others please call or text Ken on 07989 515771. Or email dudleycil@outlook.comby the 15th September...

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Are you a personal assistant or want to be a PA?

Dudley Centre for Inclusive Living is looking to host some training sessions for Personal Assistants or people to become a PA. Person Centred Care – Free Course Effective personalisation and high quality care and support can only be ensured when the needs and preferences of individuals are placed at the heart of the support and care delivered. This course gives an understanding of the importance of putting the individual employer at the centre when performing support/care. The medical and the social model of disability Choice  Respect, Valuing Diversity, Communication  & Respect The course is being provided by Surrey Independent Living Council on behalf of Skills for Care and will take place at Queen Cross Network, Dudley. If you are interested and would like to know more about this course or others please call or text Ken on 07989 515771. Or email dudleycil@outlook.comby the 15th September...

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