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Society of Asian Disabled (SADA) - Nelson

Contacting us:

SADA
Town Hall
Colne
Brierfield
Nelson
BB9 5HP

01282 604700

sada@tinyonline.co.uk

 

Aims

  • To provide advocacy and support on matters relating to social services, health and lifelong learning for active citizenship.
  • Practical Advice
  • Provide outreach - it is often necessary to visit people in their own surroundings, when they might have initial concerns about contacting an unfamiliar organisation.
    Communication - information should be made available in different formats, and different languages.
  • Educational and service providers need to be sensitive to, and aware of cultural implications, e.g. in the Pakistani culture; the disability of a family member may be regarded as a very private family matter.

If organising events, and taster sessions provide refreshments, if we offer samosas to members of our community more people attend!

REAP was formerly known as the Community Access Programme (CAP)


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