Regional DPULO Conference

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SPECTRUM Centre for Independent Living and South East Network of Disabled People’s Organisations and the Office for Disability Issues are welcoming all Disabled People’s User Led Organisations (DPULOs) to the South East Region DPULO conference on 6 February 2014. The Venue is: Holiday Inn London Gatwick Worth Hotel, Crabbet Park, Turners Hill Road, Worth, Crawley, West Sussex RH10 4SS

This is an opportunity for Disabled People’s User Led Organisations to share skills and best practice as well as to support the delivery of better outcomes for disabled people. It is also a chance to learn more about how organisations can work together in the region and how they can communicate with Government.

‘This conference is a chance for Disabled People’s User Led Organisations to share advice, discuss disability issues, strengthen our networks and create new bonds. It’s a prime opportunity for DPULOs to pool their efforts to help create a better society for disabled people.’

Ian Loynes, CEO Spectrum CIL & Theresa Hodge, SENDPO

  Click to listen highlighted text! Regional DPULO Conference Home»News and events»News»Regional DPULO Conference SPECTRUM Centre for Independent Living and South East Network of Disabled People’s Organisations and the Office for Disability Issues are welcoming all Disabled People’s User Led Organisations (DPULOs) to the South East Region DPULO conference on 6 February 2014. The Venue is: Holiday Inn London Gatwick Worth Hotel, Crabbet Park, Turners Hill Road, Worth, Crawley, West Sussex RH10 4SS This is an opportunity for Disabled People’s User Led Organisations to share skills and best practice as well as to support the delivery of better outcomes for disabled people. It is also a chance to learn more about how organisations can work together in the region and how they can communicate with Government. ‘This conference is a chance for Disabled People’s User Led Organisations to share advice, discuss disability issues, strengthen our networks and create new bonds. It’s a prime opportunity for DPULOs to pool their efforts to help create a better society for disabled people.’ Ian Loynes, CEO Spectrum CIL & Theresa Hodge, SENDPO Share this: on Twitter on Facebook on Google+