The Greater Manchester Disabled People's Panel is made up of 15 Disabled People's organisations, run by and for disabled people. The panel has a partnership agreement with GM Mayor Andy Burnham to influence policy to make Greater Manchester a better place to live for disabled people. This survey helps to do this, and the more disabled people fill it in, the stronger the voice for change becomes.
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The Communications and Campaigns worker will work with the Greater Manchester Coalition of Disabled People (GMCDP) staff team to develop the external communications, campaigns, and engagement. The Communications and Campaigns worker will support the development and roll out of the communications strategic plan, ensuring GMCDP are effectively sharing and communicating the work they do, as well as increase their reach, impact and connectivity across Greater Manchester, including areas such as on social media, fortnightly members’ updates, and leaflets/advertisements.
The primary role of the Membership Worker is to facilitate a strong and engaged membership. The membership worker will ensure this through developing and action an engagement and outreach plan, provide a structure for information and pathways for new members upon sign-up, running sessions and events with GMCDP colleagues, and acting as a liaison between the organisation and its members.
Scope have free places available on their pre-employment training courses. Scope have two employment services, Starting Line and Kickstart to help and support people to get back into employment, volunteering or into education. Scope are here to support and work with people with any disability, learning difficulty, mental health condition (e.g.
This survey is designed to be completed by groups or organisations who have an interest in the Ring and Ride service, either on behalf of their members who use/would be interested in using the Ring and Ride service or from a policy perspective.
Would you like to meet new people? Maybe you would like to have a brew and a chat once a month with like-minded people?
Every last Friday of the month, the Henshaws Arts and Crafts group meet at The Avenue Methodist Church in Sale, 1pm-3pm. The group is for anyone living within Greater Manchester.
Bolton Deaf Society, Manchester Deaf Centre and Walthew House in Stockport are exploring the needs of people who are Deaf, deafened and hard of hearing, and how the centres can best help. Your views will help them shape the type of services they provide and how they are delivered. It will take 10 mins to complete, and you will be entered into a prize draw for the chance to win a £100 High Street voucher.
Manchester Airport Access forum would like to hear from people affected by Dementia and their experience of using the invisible disability lanyard and how helpful they found the lanyard.
Henshaws in Greater Manchester enables people of all ages living with sight loss to make informed choices about their future. The team have been sharing their expertise in their Visual Impairment Awareness Training (VIAT) course, open to anyone who wants to know more about life with a visual impairment.