Proposals to close down an adult autism service in Haringey would cause “huge anxiety and distress,” according to the National Autistic Society
As part of million-pound budget cuts, Haringey council is expected to decide next month whether to close three day centres for adults with disabilities, including the Roundway centre.
There are proposals to close Birkbeck Road, Always Day and Roundway centres and to outsource adult social care contracts… Read the full story in The Ham&High.
SASH will be marching on Haringey Civic Centre on Nov 10th to show our opposition to this planned closure – please come show your support.
Below is the cover letter from National Autistic Society CEO Mark Lever, which was sent in to the Haringey consultation along with the NAS report on the Roundway service. Both of these documents are quoted in the Ham&High article.
From Mark Lever;
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From The National Autistic Society;
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