- Hannah Rignell, Deputy Director, Disability Unit, Cabinet Office
- Lynne Turnbull , Chief Executive Officer, Disability Positive, Chair of the North West Region, Disabled People’s Organisations Forum
- Kamran Mallick, CEO, Disability Rights UK
- James Taylor, Executive Director of Strategy, Impact and Social Change, Scope
- Ruby Peacock, Head of Policy and Public Affairs, Carers UK
- Geoff Fimister, Policy Co-Chair, Disability Benefits Consortium
- Liz Leach Founcer and Managing Director, Imagineer CICChair of the Yorkshire and Humber Region, Disabled People's Organisations Forum
- Richard Kramer CEO, Sense
- Luke Joy-Smith, Project Director, Dimensions UK
- Jonathan Beebee, Chair, Learning Disability Nurse Forum
- Lisa Wilson, Head of Strategic Commissioning and Policy, Adult Social Care, Essex County Council
- David Williams, Head of Service, Learning Disability and Complex Needs, Salford Royal Foundation Trust Lead for Workforce Development, Greater Manchester Transforming Care Partnership
The pandemic has highlighted many disparities in terms of health, employment and access
to services which have exacerbated the negative impact for people with disabilities. Westminster Insight’s Disability Digital Conference
explores the latest policy, strategies and best practice
to create a a more accessible and inclusive society.
Gain a first-hand update on the National Strategy for Disabled People
from Hannah Rignell, Deputy Director, Disability Unit, Cabinet Office.
Join the conversation with leading Disabled People’s Organisations (DPOs)
including Disability Rights UK, Disability Positive
and the Disability Benefits Consortium
advocating to widen access and transform service provision with an inclusive approach.
We will examine strategies to increase areas of co-production, by prioritising the voice of service users and their carers.
We will focus on pathways to enhance independent living,
through assistive technologies
implemented by Dimensions UK. Essex County Council
will share practical insights on effective commissioning to wide ranging needs; and you'll hear useful advice from Sense,
on how to mitigate the impact of isolation,
provide mental health support and promote social inclusion.