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The Essex Autonomy Project is looking for people who have lived experience of mental health or disability services

The Essex Autonomy Project is looking for people who have lived experience of mental health or disability services to help us train policy-makers and health and social care practitioners. You don’t need to be an expert in mental health law or disability rights, just willing to talk about your experiences.

We are particularly looking for people who could contribute to a training event in Manchester in the afternoon of the 26th or 27th June (we will be hosting supported decision-making expert Cher Nicholson for an intensive two-day course « on how to practically support individuals to make decisions » ).

Panel members will be paid for their time and have travel expenses covered. If you are able to help us, or would like more information, please contact us.

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