The Support Collective is a group of people with lived experience of disability, family carers, support workers, Personal Assistants and representatives from health and social care. We collectively share the aim of working towards person-centred, accountable and inclusive models of support and care, and protecting the rights of people with support needs.
We meet regularly as a friendly and welcoming group through online meet-ups and a there is also a free training programme for families, carers and support workers.
The Support Collective, previously known as the Peer Support Network, is informed by the co-produced Charter of Ambition and Rights.
The Support Collective is made possible thanks to funding from The National Lottery, Three Guineas Trust, Skills for Care and Arts Council England.