Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Families discuss life with a Autistic Child on Community TV Programme.
Include Me TOO in partnership with Sangat TV are producing several community programmes with BAME (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic) families with disabled children and young people.
‘Time For Real Action’, second programme is being aired on Friday 26th July 2013 at 10.00pm on Sky Channel 847 (Sangat TV). Two mothers share their different journeys with their eight year old Autistic sons. Discussions include the support received by Early Support team, Keyworker and the team around the child.
The programme aims to increase awareness regarding Autism amongst families and communities and provide information regarding the support which is available to families.
The monthly ‘Time for Real Action’ programme aims to provide greater awareness and understanding regarding families with disabled children from BAME communities; aiming to remove barriers of ignorance and encouraging communities to talk about disability, inclusion, equality and respect.
For any further information please do get in contact with us on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01902 399888 / 01902 711604
Your support for TIME for REAL Action and our work is very much appreciated, please do get in touch to discuss how together we can improve and deliver REAL positive changes to the lives of BAME families with disabled children and young people. Their voices need to be heard, recognised and valued, shaping local services and having their aspirations taken into account.
Include Me TOO is a national BME led charity supporting disabled children and young people and their families from Black and Ethnic Minority Families and marginalised communities backgrounds, whilst promoting and supporting ALL disabled children and young people’s rights. Over the years Include Me TOO have highlighted many concerns and issues in regards to the widening gap of inequalities faced by BME disabled children, young people and their families.