|Partners for Inclusion|
Who are Partners for Inclusion?
Partners for Inclusion (PFI) is a Sheffield partnership for people with physical, sensory or cognitive impairment .
Members of the partnership are Sheffield CIL (SCIL), Sheffield City Council, NHS Sheffield, Sheffield First, Voluntary Action Sheffield, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals Foundation Trust and disabled community representatives in Sheffield.
We work in partnership with health and social service providers to promote service improvements. PFI is administered by Sheffield CIL and we are a sub-board of the Sheffield First for Health and Well-being Board. This makes us part of the Sheffield First family
We are determined to make Sheffield a place where people with physical, sensory and cognitive impairments are equally valued, can access excellent services and have full citizenship rights.
We want disabled people to be treated fairly and equally. In order to achieve this, we:
Would you like to help influence and improve service planning in the City?
PfI are looking for new community reps who can work as part of PfI's core executive group and commit to working towards PfI's objectives by:
• Contributing to the successful delivery of Sheffield's priorities by challenging, monitoring and scrutinizing relevant services to drive up the performance.
• Promoting the wider use of a social approach to disability and encourage all individuals and organisations to put this approach into practice in their daily activities.
• Supporting disabled people to have their voices heard
• Working in partnership with the Sheffield First family and other strategic partnerships in the City
Click here to see PfI 2012 Review
Click here to see PfI’s Three year Strategy ( 2010-2013 )
Click here to see PFI 2013-14 Work Plan
Click here to see PfI's 2010 - 2011 Review
Click here to see the Promoting Independence Report
Click here to see the Promoting Independence Summary