Surrey Coalition of Disabled People
Issue 30 June 2012
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THE EMPOWERMENT CONFERENCE 2012
Chairs and Vice Chairs of the 5 Surrey Empowerment Boards at their recent
meeting, put the final touches to plans for an exciting conference on 20th
June 2012 at Dorking Halls.
The programme for the morning includes feedback on what we have
achieved through Co-Design this year, followed by a quiz and table
discussions on improving access to Information and Advice. The
afternoon focuses on the Olympics and Paralympics - including a
demonstration of Boccia, then talks from the Olympic team and Active
You will also be entered for the free draw for a Surrey County Cricket
Flyers and booking forms were sent to you with the April issue of
Coalition News. If you have not yet booked, please contact Yasmin
Broom to do so (see details on back page).
Please come along to meet up with friends and colleagues, contribute to
improving services in Surrey and also have some fun.
UPDATE FROM THE COALITION BOARD
FROM THE MAY BOARD MEETING
The Board of Directors had a very full agenda when they met on May 22nd:-
Each individual Director reported on their recent activities and contact
with Coalition members, for example in improving access to buildings;
retaining free parking for blue badge holders at St Peter’s Hospital and
preventing parking on pavements (see articles later in this newsletter for
The projected end of year financial report for 2011/12 shows a small
planned surplus due to income generation - in order to pay for much
needed upgrade to our computer system (we are currently still running on
Leah O’Donovan from Surrey County Council came to give the Board a
presentation on the Council’s Scrutiny and Select Committees, which
monitor delivery of the Council’s services and are keen to hear people’s
We are planning various training days for Board directors and
Coalition members, using funds awarded to us by the Joint Health and
Social Care Training Partnership (see page 5 for details about training
courses you might be interested in).
SURREY COALITION’S BUSINESS PLAN FOR 2012/13
The Board also approved the final draft of our Business Plan and Action
Plans for the coming year. The Business Plan sets out the purpose, aims,
values and objectives of Surrey Coalition of Disabled People, and explains
how the priorities for 2012/13 were set, taking account of the views of
members. The Action Plans shows how the priorities will be delivered.
The Business Plan can now be seen on the Coalition’s website
Please contact us in the Coalition office for an electronic or paper copy
(please note it is quite big and has 35 pages).
OPPORTUNITIES TO HAVE YOUR SAY
YOUR EXPERIENCES OF DISABILITY HATE CRIME
We are working with Surrey Police on their action plan to implement the
recommendations in “Hidden in Plain Sight” - the report following the
Pilkington case in Leicester. Surrey Police have recognised the need for
more training for their frontline staff in recognising disability hate crime
when an incident is reported to them, and they would like people to help
them produce a training DVD of personal stories of hate crime. This would
involve being filmed talking about your personal experience of hate crime
or antisocial behaviour; how this made you feel and what the police did or
could do better. Or, if you did not report the incident, you could explain why
not. If you have personal experience of hate crime which you would be
willing to share in this way, please contact Carol in the Coalition office -
email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01483 456558,
or text 07780 933053.
ON THE EXTRA COSTS OF LIVING WITH A DISABILITY
Citizens Advice, the Children’s Society and Disability Rights UK are
preparing evidence on the likely impact of Universal Credit on disabled
people, and are holding a session chaired by Baroness Tanni Grey-
Thompson on 14th June 2012. Please contact us in the Coalition office if
you are interested in talking to the panel about the extra costs you face as
a result of your health condition or impairment.
ON DISABLED FACILITIES GRANTS
We are very concerned to hear that there are still long delays with
people waiting for occupational therapy assessments of their
applications for Disabled Facilities Grants. Please let us know if you have
recent experience of applying for a Disabled Facilities Grant.
EXPLORE NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR MENTAL
HEALTH IN SURREY
If you would like details or a booking form for the following meeting, please
contact the Coalition Office.
on Friday 6th July 2012
from 10 am to 3.45 pm
at HG Wells Centre, Woking
This is a FREE event for people who use mental health services, carers and
providers, to come together to share innovation and explore new
opportunities for mental health in Surrey.
Please do come and help shape mental health services in Surrey. Please
return the booking form enclosed to Amy Wilsey at County Hall - and let
her know if you need assistance with transport, which we will arrange.
If you have any queries or would like an electronic copy of the booking form,
please email email@example.com, or phone/text the
HELP KEEP SHOP MOBILITY IN STAINES
The Access Group in Spelthorne (SCAN) has put in an objection to plans to
relocate Shop Mobility in Staines to an alternative and inaccessible site. If
you want to give your comments, contact Voluntary Action in Spelthorne
(VAIS) by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact us in the Coalition office.
JOIN THE SURREY LINK MENTAL HEALTH GROUP
We would really welcome more people with experience of mental health
services, and carers to join the Mental Health Group, which is actively
involved in work to improve local services. We are currently working on:-
Co-designing an improved care pathway for people in crisis.
Monitoring the implementation of Community Mental Health Recovery
services in each Borough and District area.
The Public Value Review of Mental Health services in Surrey.
Undertaking Enter & View visits to adult mental health inpatient facilities,
and monitoring the impact of the closure of Noel Lavin Unit at Farnham
Road Hospital, while rebuilding takes place.
Please contact Carol Pearson in the Coalition office (who currently chairs
the Mental Health Group)
Email: email@example.com, tel. 01483 456 558 or text
WHAT MEMBERS HAVE BEEN DOING
VISITING WISLEY GARDENS
Disabled people from all over Surrey attended Gowrings Mobility
Roadshow 2012, which was held at Wisley Gardens on 29 th, 30th and 31st
IMPROVING ACCESS TO ST PETER’S HOSPITAL
Members of Surrey Coalition joined forces with Surrey Disabled People’s
Partnership, the Empowerment Boards for North and North West Surrey
and local Access Groups to persuade Ashford & St Peter’s Hospital to
abandon their plans to charge blue badge holders for parking at the
hospital. Well done to everyone involved for achieving this. A working group
led by our Vice-Chair, Cliff Bush, is now continuing work with the hospital
trust to overcome the access problems of the car park barrier, and other
Work is also being undertaken by the Surrey LINK Hospital Group and the
South West Empowerment Board to seek an increase in blue badge parking
bays at the Royal Surrey County Hospital, and to ensure the bays
conform to standards, in size and access from the side and rear.
RESPONDING TO CONSULTATIONS ON PERSONAL
INDEPENDENCE PAYMENT (PIP)
As reported in the April issue of Coalition News (page 5), a group of
interested members and partners met on 17th April to prepare our
response to consultation by the Department of Work and Pensions on the
assessment criteria for Personal Independence Payment which will start to
replace Disability Living Allowance (DLA) from 2013. Contact us in the
Coalition office if you would like a copy of our response.
The group is meeting again on 8th June to prepare a response to the next
PIP consultation, which is on the detailed design. This response has to be
submitted by 30th June 2012.
PRODUCING A FILM FOR SECAMB
Coalition members Paul Jordan, Jenny Teagle and Ted Pottage were
involved recently in helping South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS
Foundation Trust produce a short film about the importance of including
stakeholders when designing or planning changes to services.
Stakeholders from across the South East Coast area gave short
interviews about how they have been involved with SECAmb, and why their
views should be sought and acted upon. Alongside Surrey Coalition
members, representatives from a gypsy and traveller organisation, a
learning disability theatre group and a support worker for people with
dementia were among those interviewed, along with Patient Transport
Service and ambulance service users.
The film will be made available on the Trust’s website in due course and we
will publicise the link so you can watch it.
It will also be shown at the Trust’s Annual General Meeting on
28th September, which is open to the public. SECAmb is keen for more
people to get involved in helping them understand the needs of disabled
people. If you would like to get involved, please visit:
www.nhs-membership.co.uk/seas an fill in the form so the Trust can stay in
touch with you, or contact Liz Boocock on 01273 897840, SMS/text: 07770
685772, or Textphone (via TextRelay): 18001 01273 897840 or you can
write to the Trust at 40-42 Friars Walk, Lewes, Sussex BN7 2XW.
RECENT MEETINGS OF SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS
Meetings of the following groups have been held in the last month, to
continue their involvement in the implementation of the Sensory Services
Commissioning Strategy, and to influence other issues important to them.
Surrey Hard of Hearing Forum met on 26th April 2012, and
discussed a wide range of issues including:-
Guidance for public bodies on accessible communications, which member,
Ted Pottage, is producing
The hearing loss pathway between health and social care
Access to the new register
Developments by FirstPoint and The use of linked technology for people
with hearing loss
Surrey Deaf Forum is for BSL users and at their meeting on 9th May
Elected a new Committee, including a new Chair, Martin Bradshaw; and
Had detailed discussions with FirstPoint Director, David Rose, about the
interpreting and other services they will provide for people who use sign
For more information about Surrey Deaf Forum, email the secretary,
Andrew Taylor on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Surrey Vision Action Group
met recently on 24th May 2012 and had wide ranging discussions on
Updates on the Implementation Plan, on the Sight Loss Pathway, the
Retail Model of Equipment and Registers.
Plans to undertake a joint project with SAVI to improve the provision of
computers with accessible software, and access to communication
classes providing IT, typing skills and Braille training all across Surrey.
Information from SAVI on the wide range of services they now provide,
and from Surrey Disabled People’s Partnership on the new Surrey wide
CAMPAIGNING FOR SMS TEXT FACILITIES
Ted Pottage, our campaigner for SMS text facilities for people who are deaf
or hard of hearing has had several successes recently. As a result, new
phone numbers are now available to enable people to text the following
Right to Control - 07528 323537
SDPP’s Advocacy Service - 01483 735893
Also, just to remind you of the County Council’s SMS text number - 07527
Ted is also continuing his drive for working hearing loops, and is now
working with Surrey’s Trading Standards to see if there are ways of
enforcing compliance. Keep up the good work Ted.
MORE NEWS FROM THE CITIZENS HUBS
As you know, we now have 3 Hubs open - in Epsom, Redhill and Woking,
and more are in the pipeline. Brief updates are given below.
THE HUB EPSOM
The May 2012 Newsletter from Hub Epsom is being sent out to disabled
people in the area who waited to be kept informed of news.
A new Telecare Demo kit is on display to promote the new Surrey Telecare
Service and we were delighted to hear that donations to the Waitrose
Community Matters fund reached £ 250.00 for Hub Epsom. The money will
be used to buy new accessible software for their computer system.
THE HUB REDHILL
The Hub Redhill has also produced a newsletter to send to local people
interested in the Hub’s developments. Redhill Hub is participating in the
local Casserole Project, to bring people together in local committees to
donate home cooked food.
Like the Hub Epsom, work to promote the Right to Control in the 2 boroughs
is going well, and together, the 2 hubs have completed one third of all
funding checkers completed so far. Well done to all the volunteers.
THE HUB WOKING
Since relocating to the new Hub in Commercial Way in January, the
information service called WIDE, run by Surrey Disabled People’s
Partnership, has seen a huge increase in the number of enquiries - due to
now being in a visible high street location. The volunteers at Woking Hub
recently helped to procure a DVD about our Citizens Hubs, which shows
just how life changing it can be to become a volunteer, both in terms of
helping others and building your own confidence and skills.
The DVD is on our website - www.surreycoalition.org.uk
“MAKING IT REAL”
Over 150 people including 50 service users and carers attended the event
coproduced with Surrey County Council on 14th May 2012 in Woking.
The event was an opportunity to assess the achievements so far of Surrey
County Council’s Adult Social Care Services in delivering
personalisation in Surrey; to identify what still needs to be done and to help
the Council set its priorities for the next five years. The day was introduced
by Cabinet member for Adult Social Care, Councillor Michael Gosling;
Strategic Director, Sarah Mitchell and Surrey Coalition’s Chair, Nick
Nick praised the Council’s approach in coproducing strategies and service
provision with disabled people and explained the importance of using the
six “Making It Real” markers to assess the Council’s performance in
meeting people’s needs and wants.
Highlights of the day were the personal perspectives given by Lorna Marsh
(a SILC Independent Living Adviser), Nick Danagher, and carer Mandy
Peponis. They all described how self directed support and direct payments
had given them choice and control over their lives.
Participants then joined table discussions in three workshops during both
the morning and afternoon sessions, to share their views on what has been
achieved so far and what the next priorities are. Top of the list from all
discussions was the need for easily accessible information and
communications, and more advice and peer support.
Feedback from the event will be sent to participants shortly, and will be
considered at the Adult Social Care Implementation Board, of which we are
members. The feedback will also be included in the Council’s Local Account
to be published this summer.
INFORMATION FOR YOU
LAUNCH OF SURREY
TELECARE SERVICE AWARENSS CAMPAIGN
There is a new leaflet about the new Surrey Telecare Service being
provided jointly by Surrey County Council, NHS Surrey and Surrey Telecare
Local Council Partnership. This is a 24 hour service using simple equipment
to help potentially vulnerable people live more independently in their homes.
Please promote the service to people you know who might benefit.
Coalition members are also working with the Council on piloting a more
enhanced Telecare response service for people who do not have family or
friends to provide back up when needed, this will hopefully also provide a
proactive call service to check that those living alone are okay. It is planned
to pilot a scheme in the autumn.
NEW DVD ABOUT THE “RIGHT TO CONTROL”
The Right to Control Trailblazer continues to be implemented for
disabled people living in the boroughs of Epsom & Ewell and Reigate &
Banstead. A new DVD has been provided to explain the “right” to
potential new customers (anyone eligible for Adult Social Care Services) - if
you live in these Boroughs and would like a copy of the DVD, please
contact us in the Coalition office.
DISABILITY RIGHTS UK - HOLIDAY GUIDE FOR
Since Radar (now Disability Rights UK) started producing a holiday guide
over 30 years ago, there have been substantial improvements in the
regulations and legislation affecting the provision of accessible
accommodation and other services needed by disabled guests. There are
many people within the tourist industry who have a real interest in catering
for disabled guests and this number is growing all the time. Written by and
for disabled people, the guide is an essential read for you and the people
who support you to help find out more about accessible and inclusive
holiday experiences. Whether it is a day trip out or an adventure holiday,
you can use this guide as a support tool and resource to help plan your time
away. Disability Rights UK compiled this Guide to help you prepare for a
holiday and find the information you might need to make sure that your
destination and accommodation is suitable. To obtain a copy, visit the
Disability Rights UK website at: www.disabilityrightsuk.org/
FIND ACCESSIBLE TOILETS AND PARKING BAYS
Finding clean, accessible toilets and parking spaces when on the move can
be a real challenge for wheelchair users. WheelMate is designed to change
that. Also available as a smart phone app, WheelMate gives you an instant
overview of your nearest wheelchair-friendly toilets and parking spaces.
WheelMate is powered by wheelchair users who add and verify every single
location themselves, ensuring it works the way it should.
Add toilets and parking spaces in the app or here on the site
Rate and comment on locations listed by others
Plan trips in advance by creating a printable list of locations where you are
To play your part, go to http://www.wheelmate.com where there are
details about obtaining the “app”.
TRAVEL DURING THE OLYMPICS
South West Trains have advised anyone planning to travel on their
services during the Olympic and Paralympic games, to discuss their plans
with their Group Travel Team. They will advise on the best routes and times
to travel and also ensure that train crew and station staff are prepared to
meet your requirements. Contact South West Trains Group travel either by
email email@example.com, through their website booking form
https://www.southwesttrains.co.uk/group-travel-form.aspx or by telephone
ACCESSING THE LONDON UNDERGROUND MAP
To help you travel on London Underground, you can now obtain a large
print tube map in either colour or black and white. Here are the links from
the Transport for London website:-
For the colour one
For the black and white one
If you would prefer information on audio, there is guides on audio for tube
lines on web page http://www.tfl.gov.uk/gettingaround/22857.aspx. You
select the chapter you would like to listen to from the list (each track has
been recorded as an MP3)
Contact us in the Coalition office if you would like a paper copy of any of
NEWS FROM THE SURREY
JOIN YOUR LOCAL EMPOWERMENT BOARD
The 5 Boards meet every two months in different parts of Surrey, so there is
one not too far from you - and transport can be provided.
At their May meetings - the Boards discussed a wide range of both
local and Surrey wide issues, including:-
Briefings on the new Advocacy Service being provided by Surrey Disabled
Information on the new Telecare Response Service to be piloted soon.
Further consultation on the Council’s plans for community-partnered
libraries, to ensure a full equality impact assessment has been undertaken.
Updates on actions by local Access Groups.
Progress in implementing the Dementia Strategy and much more.
MP meets East Surrey Board
Whilst South West Surrey Board were disappointed that Jeremy Hunt could
not attend their meeting as planned on 27th April, the East Surrey Board
were pleased to welcome their local MP Sam Gyimah to their recent
meeting on 18th May. Among the concerns raised with him were:-
How the Government can ensure that legislation is implemented in practice
(eg: making it easier for people to make a challenge under the Disability
Why comparatively so few people in Surrey are currently receiving Access
to Work support.
How the Government can help enforce equal access to public places.
Whether the MP could influence bus companies to provide both audible and
visual information in Surrey, as on the London buses.
Sam Gyimah agreed to write to the Board with a full response on
JOIN YOUR LOCAL
Come along to the next Empowerment Board meetings –
These are being held on the following dates:-
North West Wed 4th July, 2 - 4 pm, Woking Council offices
Mid Surrey Mon 9th July, 1.30 - 4 pm, Park House, Leatherhead
East Surrey Mon 16th July, 1.30 - 4 pm, White Hart Barn, Godstone
North Surrey Tue 17th July, 2 - 4 pm, Hythe Centre, Staines
South West Wed 18th July, 10 am -12.30 pm, Godalming Baptist Church
The Boards welcome all disabled people, regardless of age or
impairment. If you would like to attend, please contact Yasmin Broome,
email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01483 517294 or text
on 07824 992289
CONFIDENCE BUILDING AND POSITIVE SELF
We are about to put together a programme of training and would like
anyone who is interested to call Alison White in the Coalition office to
either book a place or discuss in more detail what we have planned.
We would particularly like to encourage any members who have not
previously attended one of our training days to give it a go, it will be
informative and fun. Also previous attendees are welcome to book a place
on an advanced level session.
Email: email@example.com, tel. 01483 456588 or text 07780
MONITORING THE NEW SURREY WIDE ADVOCACY
Monitoring of the new service being provided by Surrey Disabled
People’s Partnership since 1st April 2012, is being undertaken through
quarterly review meetings led by Adult Social Care commissioners.
Several people have volunteered to be on this group to represent the
interests of disabled people from all parts of Surrey, and with a range of
communication needs, all of whom link to other groups (such as the
empowerment boards, SID, Surrey Vision Action Group, Surrey Hard of
Hearing Forum and Headway) to ensure wide feedback on this new and
vital service. We will report progress following the first formal review
meeting in July.
UPDATES ON CO PRODUCTION
Work continues to ensure the involvement of disabled people and carers in
the whole commissioning cycle of designing, producing, implementing, and
then monitoring new strategies to ensure that services are what people
want and need. Brief updates are given below:-
MENTAL HEALTH PUBLIC VALUE REVIEW (PVR)
A great deal of work has been done since this project started in March
2012. The project team, including several representatives for the LINK
Mental Health Group, have collected a wide range of evidence to
develop a Needs Analysis - including people’s views on current services
and the priorities for improvement. The views of people who have
experience of mental health services have been gathered through
questionnaires, meetings with individuals and groups and feedback by
telephone and email.
Work is also being done to analyse information about current services
across Surrey, the number of people using them, resources available to
provide services, and comparative data, both nationally and from other
A number of key themes are emerging from what people have said and
from the data and needs analysis, such as:-
The importance of prevention and early intervention.
Valuing the contribution of the voluntary and community sector in supporting
people and enabling social inclusion.
There is no clear pathway through mental health services, and there are
gaps in services, eg: out of hours.
A summary of these emerging themes and what these mean for changes
and improvements in services, is currently being produced by the project
team for wider circulation and discussion. We will ensure this reaches the
groups involved so far, so that they can give further comments.
Also a major event is being held on 6th July 2012 in Woking, to share
innovation in mental health services, and to help develop plans for new and
improved services in Surrey to achieve the priorities emerging from the
Public Value Review.
PROCUREMENT OF DIRECT PAYMENT SUPPORT
As described in the last issue of Coalition News, a project team has started
to develop a new specification for direct payment support services which
have to be re-tendered this autumn. All current direct payment recipients
were invited to attend workshops held during April and early May to seek
people’s views on current services and to identify any future support
needed. People made some very positive comments about the services
currently provided by SILC (Surrey Independent Living Council) and on the
extra services they have developed such as PA Finder, Activity Finder and
the Support with Confidence scheme. The specification for the future
service will be completed shortly. Involvement in the project on behalf of
direct payment recipients is being led by Nick Danagher, our Chair.
A NEW TELECARE RESPONSE SERVICE
Proposals for introducing this service have been shared with disabled
people through the local Empowerment Board meetings and the
Telecare & Equipment User & Carer Reference group. There is broad
support for a 24 hour back up service to community alarms although people
are concerned about costs to individuals. It is planned to pilot a scheme in
CONTRACTS AWARDED FOR NHS PATIENT AND
SOCIAL CARE TRANSPORT
Following a year of considerable work involving patient representatives and
disabled people in the co-design of specifications for new transport services
and in the tendering and procurement process, we are pleased to hear that
new contracts have now been awarded:-
For NHS Patient Transport (non-emergency services across Surrey) - the
contract has been awarded to South East Coast Ambulance Service
(SECAmb) from 1st October 2012.
For Social Care transport on local routes to take people to day centres and
other services - Framework contracts have been awarded to 6 providers
including 4 local community transport services Bustler, Hoppa, East Surrey
Rural Transport and Runnymede Dial-a-ride.
We will ensure that service users continue to be involved in monitoring
these new services through regular meetings with NHS Surrey and SCC
WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP
SEEKING MORE SUPPORT FOR PEOPLE FOR THE
We have been working with Adult Social Care for the past year to raise
awareness of the significant impact that the Welfare Reform changes will
have on disabled people and families with disabled children in Surrey. A
detailed analysis of all the changes and the number of people potentially
affected, was produced last year. Since then, and more recently, we have
been working with the Council to:-
Identify current provision of welfare benefits advice across Surrey, identify
the gaps and hopefully plan for greater investment in an easily accessible
and equitable service across Surrey.
Co-present a report to the Adult Social Care Select Committee on 18th May
2012, on the likely impact of the benefits changes on both residents and the
County Council. Members of the Select Committee were extremely
concerned and agreed to recommend that the concerns were raised with
Surrey MPs. It was also acknowledged that people will need access to
advocacy to help them through all the new application and review
For a copy of the report to the Adult Social Care Select Committee, check
on the Surrey County Council website or contact us in the Coalition office.
WORKING WITH SURREY POLICE
We are also working with Surrey Police in a number of ways to improve the
support and response people receive, as follows:-
We have two members, Cliff Bush and Jonathan Fisher on Surrey Police
Independent Advisory Group (IAG) to raise issues relating to disability more
We are members of an internal group producing recommendations for
improving Surrey Police response to disability hate crime. We are working
with Superintendent McInnes, the lead on community engagement to
ensure that the police meet more regularly with disabled people and
understand their issues. Plans are being made for the Police to attend many
of our special interest and involvement groups over the coming months, and
we plan to devote the afternoon of our AGM on 15th November 2012 to
discussing police matters and hate crime.
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DATES FOR YOUR DIARY
2012 AGM of
SURREY COALITION OF DISABLED PEOPLE
THURSDAY 15TH NOVEMBER
10.30 am to 3.30 pm
LEATHERHEAD LEISURE CENTRE
Information and booking forms will be sent out in September 2012
SILC’s 2012 AGM TUESDAY, 11TH SEPTEMBER
11.00 am to 3.00 pm
LEATHERHEAD LEISURE CENTRE
More information nearer the time
THE SURREY EMPOWERMENT BOARDS
on the themes of
Co-Design and The Olympics and Paralympics
WEDNESDAY 20TH JUNE
10 am to 3.30 pm
Please contact Yasmin Broome
if you have not already sent in your booking form.
Telephone 01483 517294, text 07824 992289 or
Explore new opportunities for mental health in Surrey
FRIDAY, 6TH JULY 2012
10.00 am to 3.45 pm, HG WELLS, WOKING