Services

Services

Centre for Independent Living Kent provides services developed and shaped by disabled people, the experts by experience. It is important to CiLK to ensure that the services we deliver are done so in a way that disabled people use, need and value.

Services include:

  • 1-to-1 Peer Support
  • Information and Guidance
  • Outreach
  • Project Work
  • Training

 

Community Advocacy

1-2-1 support by a peer ‘expert by experience’ for non-statutory ‘universal’ advocacy.

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Information and Guidance

Information and Guidance provided by peers – Disabled people, experts by experience, supporting other disabled people.

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Outreach

Outreach brings Centre for Independent Living Kent to your community.

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Peer Support

The peer support scheme is a vital to the success of encouraging more people to enjoy the freedom of independent living.

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Project Work

Centre for Independent Living Kent will use it’s large network to work with other organisations to effectively engage with disabled people in order to encourage co-production and co-design of services, to ensure disabled people in Kent are listened to.

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Training

Training for Members, Clients and Personal Assistant Employers.

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