Welcome to Brent Mencap’s website.

We are the leading learning disability charity in Brent.You will get a lot of information about Brent Mencap on this website and what we do. You can also read the most recent Brent Mencap news letters. Brent Mencap works in partnership with other organisations. We speak up and campaign.

 

WELLesden Garden Open Day

1pm to 7pm
Friday 13th August 2021
At Brent Mencap
379 High Road
Willesden
NW10 2JR
Let us know you’re coming admin@brentmencap.org.uk 020 8451 5278

wellesden open day flyer

 

Eviction Support

Choosing Wisely – improving the way we prescribe

NHS North West London CCG NHS Budgets Booklet (PDF 284KB)   Improving the way we prescribe Letter (PDF 204KB)

Advocacy: Get your voice heard

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) have recently launched their new ‘Tell Us About Your Care’ partnerships with a number of national charities, of which Disability Rights UK is one. This involves Disability Rights UK gathering feedback from disabled people about their experiences of using health and social care services. The CQC would welcome feedback on your experience of using any of the services they regulate

1 Voice EHCPlan workshop 30th March 2017 (PDF 300KB)

 

Published quarterly and delivered to over 135,000 homes in Brent, Your Brent is our popular publication of news and what’s on in Brent.

Using the Mental Capacity Act

This video explains the MCA and how it can protect the right to make choices.
For people who need the MCA, their carers, and others.
Please click here for more information on the Mental Capacity Act

Advice Service CHANGE

The BASIL service has come to an end – click here for further news

Rooms for Hire 

Brent Mencap rooms are suitable for hire for meetings ,baby showers, naming ceremonies, small keep fit groups, meetings and training events. Click here for further information on Rooms for Hire (736KB) PDF

Annual Health Check for adults with intellectual disability has brought a number of health benefits to this population. While this study did not show that the introduction of these checks had any impact on either emergency or elective admissions, there was evidence to suggest that they reduced emergency admissions due to ambulatory care sensitive conditions – conditions where effective community care and case management may help prevent the need for hospital admission

For further information

Making Health and Social Care Information Accessible (3MB) PDF

Building the right support (1,781KB) PDF

National Plan to develop community services and close in patient facilities for people with a learning disability an/or autism who display behaviour that challenges. Including those with a mental health condition.

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