Details of new projects and services will be shown here:
As announced at our AGM in December, ADKC were granted funding to have a legal advice worker to support people with benefits and discrimination. ADKC will be recruiting soon!!
- We are looking to run a course based on the very basics of using the internet (on a computer, tablet or smartphone) this year – see our post!
We were delighted to hear that the funding for our Disability Connect project, that was due to end in 2018, has been extended for a while. This means that Simone is able to again accept referrals from socially isolated disabled people between the ages of 18-49.
INDEPENDENT LIVING DROP-IN AT THE TOWN HALL
ADKC staff will be available to discuss Independent Living and ADKC Services on the first Tuesday of each month (except January) at the Customer Centre in Kensington Town Hall from 1.30-3.30. See our ILKC drop-in flyer (PDF)
INFORMATION AND ADVICE DROP-IN AT ADKC
Come a long to our informal Information and Advice Drop-in.. Every Monday (except public holidays) from 2-4. See our ADKC IA Drop-In – Flyer
INDEPENDENT LIVES KENSINGTON AND CHELSEA.
City Bridge Trust have provided a grant over 3 years to support local disabled people to identify and overcome barriers to living an independent life, as well as to identify, develop and make use of skills to become active participants within the local community.
For more information see our Independent Lives K&C project page