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Young and disabled? Make sure your voice is heard!

The Young People For Inclusion forum (YPFI) is made up of a group of young disabled people aged 13 to 25 and is always looking for new members…

Started in 2007, the aim of Young People For Inclusion forum has always been to represent the views of young disabled people in Camden, London. We campaign for improved equality and for people to gain better access to the local community. We deal with issues such as transport, health, housing, social care, education and youth provision. We also train professionals in disability awareness and liaise with service providers to assist them to make reasonable adaptations.

Membership of YPFI is free and open to everyone between the age of 13 and 25 who live in Camden, or surrounding boroughs of London. We meet twice a week at the Elfrida Rathbone Camden offices on Monday and Friday. This gives us all the chance to discuss our views, meet new people and catch up with our fellow members!

Want to know more? Just watch our video…

If you are interested in joining the group get in touch by emailing us at or calling 18002 020 7424 1623 (this is a text phone so please dial full number to speak to the YPFI Coordinator). The YPFI Forum has been supported by the Big Lottery Fund since 2010, enabling us to get bigger and better at what we do!

By Young People For Inclusion

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