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Thurrock Diversity Network Limited

Thurrock Diversity Network Limited is a member of Thurrock Coalition (The User-Led Organisation for Thurrock)

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Come and find out about Adult Social Care in Thurrock!

Join us on April 20th 2017 6pm - 8pm @ The Beehive, West Street, Grays.
Come along to the next meeting of Thurrock Diversity Network and take part in a discussion on:
What Adult Social Care does
Who it is for
The Challenges ahead
What the progress and priorities are for Thurrock

Are you interested in finding out more about:
Adult Social Care in Thurrock
How the Social Care Budget is spent
Adult Social Care Achievements & Priorities
Challenges facing Adult Social Care
Ideas for improvements
Getting involved and giving your views

For more information, call us on: 01375 389 864
Or email:
We look forward to hearing from you

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Who we are

Thurrock Diversity Network Limited is a local Community Benefit Society registered under the Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014.

We work alongside disabled adult residents of Thurrock, focussing upon equality, independent living & inclusive communities.

What we do

Thurrock Diversity Network Limited works to promote the physical, emotional, mental well-being of the community, especially those who participate in the activities of the Society, and shall support, foster and promote the principles and practice of common ownership and co-operation in its own affairs and in society generally.

Thurrock Diversity Network Limited campaigns through User-Led consultation and co-production initiatives to shape & influence local and national policies and strategies affecting disabled people of all impairment types.

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We support and encourage disabled people's active participation and full integration into society, with the following aims:

  1. benefit disabled adult residents of Thurrock by the promotion of citizenship and the development of inclusive communities;
  2. promote disabled people’s active participation in and full integration into society;
  3. encourage the provision of services which improve residents’ conditions of life, facilitate independent living and give them choice and control over service delivery;
  4. act as a co-ordinating body for and provide support to voluntary organisations in Thurrock that work with disabled people;
  5. promote the advancement of understanding of human rights, equality and diversity;
  6. work within and promote the Social Model of Disability.

Want to know more? Download our leaflet here


Get involved!

Want to know when our next meeting is taking place, how to become a Thurrock Diversity Network Member, or about our local Third Sector Partners in Thurrock Coalition? See below for details.

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Upcoming Meetings

Thurrock Diversity Network Limited meets on the third Thursday of every month from 6pm to 8pm at The Beehive, West Street, Grays, Essex RM17 6XP.

Thurrock Diversity Network Limited informs, influences and shapes the agenda of the Disability Partnership Board held quarterly with Thurrock Council.

View dates of the upcoming meetings of Thurrock Diversity Network Limited.

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Become a Member

Membership is considered from individuals and representatives of organisations that:

1. Have an association with Thurrock.
2. Agree with the objects and aims of the Community Benefit Society.

Are you interested in disability and/or diversity issues?
Would you like to be more involved in working together to improve the lives of people in Thurrock?

If so, we would like to invite you to join Thurrock Diversity Network Limited.

Download Application Form for Thurrock Diversity Network Limited.

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Read our consultation & engagement Reports

Find out more about how we campaign through User-Led consultation and co-production initiatives to shape & influence local and national policies and strategies affecting disabled people of all impairment types.

Read the Reports here.

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