Information and services accessible to carers and disabled people from minority ethnic communities through multilingual Development Workers and a Welfare Rights Officer. Home visits; Interpretation, advocacy; Information in community languages; Signposting to services & agencies; benefits checks; form filling; 1-to-1 support; monthly groups; training, events.
Coram Voice will help you if you are in care, leaving care, have or need a social worker. We will get your voice heard, tell you about your rights, give you the support you need through our advocates and work with you to improve the care system.
BME service ensuring accessible information and services to carers and disabled people through the work of multilingual Development Workers. They provide: home visits, information in community languages, signposting to our services, benefits checks, form filling, 1 on 1 support, monthly groups, training and events.
Information direct support for carers. Our BME Carer Support Worker’s role is to identify and engage with BME Carers and support them to access available services. This includes: information about new initiatives, policies and legislation, individual and group support, translation, negotiation and mediation, form filling and access to benefits/grants.
Support to BME carers to access supports and services appropriate to their caring situation. Development of a strategic response to identified gaps in service provision. Assistance to service providers in the development of culturally competent services. Development of opportunities for the active involvement of BME carers in consultation planning.
Organisation of parents, families and carers supporting parents in enabling their deaf child to maximise skills, abilities and potential. Information on all aspects of childhood deafness, practical support, advice, advocacy and campaigns to overcome barriers. Sports, art and activity events. Services based on the principle of informed choice.