Other issues are also discussed such as the Welfare Benefit Reforms – we invite such guests along to help inform us about how to respond to the changes in reforms. Some of these guest are not responsible for making these changes but come along to help us; by informing us about the processes and how to deal with making new claims. We will endeavour to call upon those that are responsible for the changes to come along and meet the people that their decisions affect.
Each meeting will start with a ‘Shout Out’, where organisations can have the floor to announce their activities that our community would benefit from hearing about – please keep this short.
Our Meeting enables us to have a constructive voice in the commissioning and design of our services. Our meetings are designed to bring us together to have a face to face discussion. Please follow the ground rules.
The Open Forum Ground Rules
Respect for the guest speakers at all times. Unfortunately, anyone who breaks this rule may be asked to leave the meeting.
Respect for each other – everybody is entitled to have their say and one person to speak at a time. Please raise your hand if you have a question.
Respect for the Chair of the meeting. Everyone to listen if the Chair calls for silence.
Respect for yourself! People are free to come and go as they please. We have scheduled breaks, but please feel free to go outside if you need fresh air AT ANY TIME.
Please put mobile phones on silent where possible and leave the room to take calls.
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Mental Health Open Forum
Open Forum Chair
15a Purley Road