- How this works
- Legal capacity
- Types of support
- Areas of life
- Further reading
People with intellectual disabilities are quite often very good at creating their own arrangements when they need support. They may ask friends, colleagues or neighbours to help them. For Inclusion Europe, it is essential to recognise this capacity of people with intellectual disabilities, to strengthen it and to make sure that it is maintained when more formal support arrangements are developed.
The practices falling under the Informal support category are:
Circles Network is a UK wide voluntary organisation based in Warwickshire, renowned for building inclusive communities on the foundations of justice, advocacy, empowerment and friendships. This organisation has expertise in the development of Circles of Support, Independent and Collective Advocacy, Person Centred Planning and Inclusion into the mainstream of life.