Housing for disabled young people - have your say

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Friday 10 March Golden Lane Housing Ltd are inviting parents to attend a Housing strategy event at Charlton Park Academy school, and also to take part in an easy online survey. The more parent voices are heard on this important issue, the more likely young people are to get the housing that suits them in future.

About the consultation
Royal Greenwich have asked Golden Lane Housing to prepare a housing strategy for the future of housing for people with learning disabilities and their families in Greenwich.

Golden Lane Housing are part of Royal Mencap Society and have a great deal of experience in housing people with learning disabilities as well as providing advice to families and others.

Why should parents attend?
A substantial part of the housing strategy is about the housing needed for the next generation of young people with learning disabilities. So we’d really like to talk with you.

When: Friday 10th March 2017
Time: 10am-12 noon
Where: Charlton Park Academy, Charlton Park Rd, London SE7 8HX
Tea and Coffee provided

What you will be discussing
The session will cover
1. The housing options for the future and how the housing system can be made to work for people with learning disabilities.
2. How parents can help Golden Lane Housing understand the current housing concerns of parents and carers of young people with learning disabilities.

Attendance by RSVP only required by 1st March 2017
Contact: Ruth Smith: Tel 0798 446 0831
Email ruth.smith@glh.org.uk

Please help us by completing our online survey for parents/ family/ carers of young people with a learning disability in Greenwich.

Click on the link below to get started.


Quick, simple and anonymous the results will help Golden Lane Housing and Royal Greenwich better understand current and future housing need for this important group of people

Click on the text link below for a printable flier for sharing.

Housing Consultation Info

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