Kellie Woodley is the coordinator for Citizen Network England.
Kellie is on maternity leave and in her absence Jo McCausland is acting-coordinator.
Jo is keen to raise awareness of the barriers to inclusion for people with a learning disability or autism and their families. Including people with a learning disability or autism, families, carers, the organisations that support them and communities is a crucial part of her work.
Get in touch with Jo by email or telephone, she’d love to hear from you.
telephone: +44 7487 729 237
Our focus for 2019
- Stopping the use of Assessment & Treatment Units and Specialist Hospitals through personalised planning and support and awareness of real life alternatives
- Increasing the understanding of and use of Personal (Health, Education and Social Care) budgets and Individual Service Funds for people and families
- Identifying and forming a supportive network of Providers across Great Britain who support people towards full citizenship
What we can share
Information on Citizen focused planning and solutions, enabling providers to learn from one another to achieve Citizenship for All. Identifying and celebrating people getting lives that make sense to them and sharing the building blocks so others can learn.
Connect with us
Help us to identify where personalised approaches have been destroyed by systemised approaches so that we can help rectify this. Tell us where the use of Individual Service Funds has started to make a positive difference. Show us how personalised approaches in other Countries can inform the journey in Great Britain.
Our Strategic Partners
100 Westminster Bridge Road
Woodhouse Community Centre
197 Woodhouse Street