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Because of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) emergency Elfrida has made changes to the way we work. We want to keep people safe. But we can still work with you to offer specialist advocacy, guidance, information and support. We will not be able to see you face to face unless it is an emergency and we can work with you safely. You can keep contact with us using the phone or emails. We can also help you to contact us using other ways such as video links.
To find out more phone: 020 7359 7443
Email: email@example.com or ParentsAdvocacy@elfrida.com
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Click here for easy read information about our advocacy services and Coronavirus guidance and services available in Islington
Our vision is for a better world, social justice and equality of opportunity for people with learning disabilities.
Our mission is to support and work with people who have learning disabilities. Our aim is to provide services and support that help people with learning disabilities build connections, have happy and independent lives, and have fun.
Our values of trust, care, choice and opportunity reflect our history and have been developed in consultation with our staff, service users and trustees. These values are embedded into the mission, vision and overall aim and objectives of the organisation and all our projects.
“Get Digital” Support for adults with a learning disability living in Islington.
The Elfrida Society, in partnership with Digital Unite, can help you to get a free internet tablet preloaded with data and free digital support if you are facing a combination of digital exclusion. Our offer includes support to set up and get familiar with your new tablet and internet access. We cannot offer ongoing digital training but can help you find support that is available locally.
Click here for more information on the “Get Digital” Support on offer.
Contact the Elfrida Society Digital Inclusion Project to speak to the Digital Inclusion Support Worker of for more information
People with learning disabilities face many challenges. The impact of reduced government spending and changes in policy which are having an impact at local level.
To represent the voice of people with learning disabilities we deliver services such as one to one community advocacy, care act advocacy and health advocacy. We have user lead consultation groups and specialist advocacy for parents with learning disabilities. Along with sports activities for people to exercise, meet people, learn new skills and have fun.
It all began in 1916. At the age of 45, Elfrida Rathbone began teaching in Kings Cross at a special kindergarten started by her cousin, for children deemed ‘uneducable’.
Throughout the years The Elfrida Society, initially known as Elfrida Rathbone Islington, has continued to build on Elfrida’s work with people with learning disabilities, which it continues to do today. The Elfrida Society has a strong record of campaigning for inclusivity and against injustice, and has a cherished community base which provides a range of services for its beneficiaries and its aims are to continue and expand its work.
Monday to Friday 9:30am to 5:30pm
Tel: 0207 359 7443
Address: The Elfrida Society, 34 Islington Park Street, N1 1PX
Elfridaparents@elfrida.com - for enquiries about our parents’ advocacy
firstname.lastname@example.org – for enquiries about our advocacy and sports projects
email@example.com or PandCReps@elfrida.com – for enquiries about our consultation projects
If you want to drop in to see us, please phone, email or write to us to make an appointment.
In such a difficult an uncertain economic climate your invaluable support is ever more crucial to be able to sustain our services and continue to support people with learning disabilities.
You can help us by making a regular or one off gift-aided donation to our organisation; donating your time to volunteer or organising a fundraising event/sponsored event.
Ways To Donate
However you choose to give, we are incredibly grateful for your support. In giving towards our work you’re helping empower people with learning disabilities to build a fairer and happier society.
A huge thank you to all our donors and supporters!