Disabled people in Kent asked for their views on bus services
release – 26 June 2012
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people in Kent
asked for their views on bus services
Kent Valuing People Partnership is carrying out a survey of disabled people to
find out if they find local bus services easy and safe to
short survey can be completed online at
copies can also be requested from Sue Bates, the Co-ordinator for the Kent
Valuing People Partnership on 07427
deadline for the survey is Friday 13 July and the information collected will be
put into a report and shared with bus services so that hopefully any issue can
be addressed to improve services in the future.
survey has been organised by Community Futures Kent which is part of The Kent
Valuing People Partnership. The Partnership also includes East
Kent Mencap and the North Kent Independent Advocacy Scheme and runs District
Partnership Groups to provide advocacy and community engagement work with people
with learning disabilities.
Futures Kent is part of the Avenues Trust Group which is made up of several
charities providing a unique mix of support services to people with a range of
needs such as mental health issues, learning disabilities, challenging
behaviour, autism, acquired brain injury and dementia. It employs nearly 1,500
employees to support over 600 people in London,
South East and East
Anglia. For more information about Avenues,
visit: www.avenuesgroup.org.uk or call
James Powell on 07557 973208.