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Free To Live Leeds LogoFree to Live Leeds

All the members of the Free to Live Personal Budget Peer Support Network are personal budget or direct payments users who live in the Leeds area. We have set up this site to help other people in Leeds who manage their own care – or would like to know more about doing so.

Cloverleaf Advocacy LogoCloverleaf Advocacy

Cloverleaf Advocacy provide person centred advocacy services for people with mental health needs, people with learning disabilities, people with physical or sensory impairments, acquired brain injury, older people and carers. This includes self-advocacy and service user involvement initiatives.

LeedsDirectory LogoIn the Loop

LeedsDirectory gives you the choice of over 1400 local businesses and organisations that can support you to live independently.

LeedsDirectory LogoPremier Care Insurance

Premier Care Home Employment Insurance has been specifically designed to meet the need of those employing Personal Care Assistants through the Direct Payments scheme, private funding or indeed both.

Leeds LSCB LogoLeeds Safeguarding Children Board

Leeds Safeguarding Children Board (LSCB) is a statutory body established under the Children Act 2004. It is independently chaired and consists of senior representatives of all the principal agencies and organisations working together to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and young people in the City.


News

WEA Yorkshire and Humber are organising a number of film screenings and discussions through the year to celebrate diversity. Their informal events offer a social space to encourage everyone to think creatively about equality, diversity and inclusion in our daily lives and in learning environments. To find out more, visit their website.

Everybody is welcome: Their events are intended for students, volunteers, tutors, staff and parents. Please spread the word and book your place.

- Share ideas to broaden your curriculum
- Explore new resources
- Enhance your understanding of EDI issues


New campaign launches to encourage those with a persistent cough or breathlessness to go to their doctor.

A new Be Clear on Cancer campaign is launching across England. The campaign highlights symptoms of lung disease, including cancer, and heart disease, and encourages those with symptoms to go to their doctor.

For further information, including leaflets in alternative formats, visit nhs.uk/beclearoncancer.


The Leeds CIL Spring 2016 newsletter can be found on our newsletter page, along with some notes from our 2016 AGM.


LSCB along with its West Yorkshire partners has launched the “Think before you send” campaign, targeting young people on the consequences of sending sexual images. Help spread the word via social media on Twitter @LeedsLSCB or Facebook, using the hashtag #thinkB4Usend