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Organisations that support involvement and Co Production

To get involved you can contact any of the groups below.

If you want to get involved but are not feeling confident then several of these organisations can offer help and support to get your views heard.

Some of the services they offer include:

  • assertiveness training
  • 1-2-1 support
  • group support and
  • public speaking

Newham Carers Network

Newham Carers Network provides advocacy, advice and support to carers in the London Borough of Newham.

They also enable and empower Carers Champions to represent the views and opinions of carers at:

  • the Newham Co-Production Forum
  • Newham Carers United Forums and
  • quarterly meetings with the Director of Adult Social Care at the London Borough of Newham.

For further information contact:

Patrick Cahillane - Carers Engagement/Co-Production Co-ordinator
Newham Carers Network
The Renewal Programme @ 395
395 High Street North
Manor Park
E12 6PG
Call: 020 8519 0800


If you would like support to help you to put your opinions across we offer an advocacy service. Someone speaks on your behalf to help you say what you want to say.

The London Borough of Newham has commissioned Voiceability to provide advocacy support. If you want to find out more please contact them:

Stratford Advice Arcade
107-109 The Grove
Stratford, E15 1HP
Tel: 020 3355 7142

Co-Production Team at the London Borough of Newham

The team of 3 staff works to maximise the involvement of customers across all areas of service delivery within the Council.

They ensure that the views of customers, service users and carers are used to shape services.

Specific groups are facilitated and supported by the Co-Production team:

  • Learning Disabilities Partnership Advisory Group
  • Autism Awareness and Support Group
  • ASK Forum (for customers and service users with mental health needs)

For more information contact:

Aidan Keightley - Co-production Manager
Call: 0203 373 4131


Honey Sarfo - Co-Production and Participation Officer
Call: 0203 373 1638