Some Reasons to Work
The promotion of social inclusion among physically disabled children who are socially excluded from society, or parts of society, as a result of being disabled by:
- providing information to support and enable parents to maximise opportunities for their children
- providing workshops, forums, advocacy and general support;
- providing recreational facilities and opportunities for disabled and non-disabled people.
- Provide support and guidance to illiterate women to boost their empowerment and leadership.
- To investigate the impact of the provision of short break for children with learning difficulties, cerebral palsy etc.
- To identify ways to improve carers’ situations and caregiving activities.
ILP’S policies regarding your safeguarding and the privacy of children and young people are set out here.
Safeguarding Children, Young People and Vulnerable Adults Policy
Inclusive Life Projects is committed to implementing policies so that workers accept their responsibilities to safeguard children, young people or vulnerable adults from harm and abuse. This means to follow procedures to protect children young people or vulnerable adults and report any concerns about their welfare to the appropriate authorities. ILP’S policy is to safeguard the wellbeing of children and vulnerable people, and to prevent their physical, sexual or emotional abuse. The safety of children involved in any of Inclusive Life Projects events or activities is covered by this policy, it also applies to ILP staff, volunteers, and anyone else having a formal role with the charity.
Respect for Privacy
Respect individual requirement for privacy at all times and treat all information relating to individuals in a confidential manner.
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