Our considerable experience gained through our Bright Beginnings project means we are well placed to promote equality and better working practices so that refugee and migrant families receive the support they need. We continue to work to reduce barriers to access and improve people's experiences.

  • We provide information to excluded families about services on offer and how to access them in good time so that they and their baby are well looked after. so that they are better able to access them and have a better experience.
  • We can provide cultural expertise to case discussions by attending multi-agency meetings, learning sessions and other relevant workshops to provide an equalities perspective, advice and case studies.
  • We can support services and activities to be more culturally inclusive. We can offer peer reviews of existing activities and make recommendations on their inclusivity, including looking at the resources at Stay and Play sessions, how appointments run and waiting space at clinics.
  • Our Family Mentors speak more than 10 languages and work with families from diverse backgrounds. They can advise on challenges that may be due to cultural issues or misunderstandings.

Manor Gardens Models of Equitable Service Provision

Our service is open to anyone in Islington and your can email us, call us on 07851 157 907 or use our web referral form.



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