Lambeth Pan-Disability Forum

Lambeth Pan-Disability Forum


The Lambeth Pan-Disability Forum is a group of disabled people working together to influence services.

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It is supported by Disability Advice Service Lambeth (DASL). The Forum welcomes people of all ages, races religions, genders and sexual orientations.  Membership is open to anyone who defines themselves as disabled or is an unpaid carer of a disabled person and lives, works, or uses services in Lambeth.

You can download a membership leaflet here - LPDF_Membership_Leaflet_2015.pdf and a membership form here - LPDF_membership_form.pdf

If you would be interested in being actively involved in the Lambeth Pan-Disability Forum please contact who is supporting the Forum.

We are recruiting!

Do you have a passion for promoting the rights of disabled people? If so, the Lambeth Pan Disability Forum wants to hear from you. We are currently recruiting for committee members to take the work of the Forum forward for 2018.
There are a range of positions available, please contact our current Chair, for more information.

Past events

There was a well attended relaunch of the Forum at an Open Meeting on 9th February 2015. You can download the draft report on the meeting here

The focus for the Forum is on issues that are common to many, if not all, disabled people regardless of impairment or condition.  These could include:

Disability Hate Crime
Community care
Health services
Leisure services
Work and training
Independent Living
Being a Disabled Parent

On April 9th, the Forum organised a very successful Election Question Time at ‘We are 336’ at which candidates representing the main political parties answered challenging questions from a large audience of local disabled people.

The Forum is also actively involved on the Working Group of the Lambeth Disability Hate Crime Partnership.

In the past, the Forum has organised a number of events and meetings including election hustings, a consultation event on the Lambeth Physical and Sensory Impairment Strategy and an accessibility survey of bus stops in the Streatham area.