Our programmes support you to take a positive step
In September 2014, ecdp is hosting two focus groups to listen to the experiences of local people who have Direct Payments. This is called the Journey Project, and we are working with Essex County Council to make Direct Payments easier to understand and access.
We’re looking for people to support families and young people as they move from traditional statements to the new education health and care plans.
In August 2014, we ran a series of focus groups to gather the lived experience of Essex mental health service users.This project is called '555', and is being delivered in partnership with Healthwatch Essex.There is also a survey that can be completed online.
You could benefit from the personal support of a Peer Mentor and our Peer Mentoring Programme can make it happen.You and your mentor would work together to create an action plan outlining your goals, then together you would work to achieve them.
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If you want the opportunity to participate in a meaningful work placement, learn valuable skills and secure paid employment then our ecdp Works programme is for you. We work in partnership with private sector companies to offer you new possibilities.
Beginning in January 2014, ecdp hosted Future Focus groups for young disabled people across Essex.