Bangladeshi Parents and Carers Association
COVID-19: MESSAGE FOR OUR USERS
Following recent guidance from the Government and the Local Authority, from 25th March 2020, the day centre will be closed. All management team will be available remotely to provide virtual support / welfare support via phone, WhatsApp and email.
Given the heightened risk posed to everyone at this time, we believe these actions will protect as many people as possible.
The day centre will be closed and we ask users instead to telephone on 02088807036. Or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If we are unable to answer during normal hours, please leave a message, including your name and contact number, and a member of our triage team will get back to you as soon as possible.
Normal Hours are:
Monday to Friday – 9 am to 4 pm
Outside hours, in cases of emergencies, please call CLDS on 020 7771 5500.
With best wishes during this difficult time, BPCA.
The ‘Bangladeshi Parents and Carers Association’ (BPCA) was formed in 1998 and is a specialist voluntary organisation working with people with multiple disabilities. A humble beginning with Bangladeshi families led project working in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets which now provides day care facilities for dependency users. Today BPCA has become one of the largest Day Care Centres in the Voluntary Sector in Tower Hamlets, with a new Day Care Centre opened (2013) in Newham. BPCA employs full time and part time staff and has a number of Apprentices and Volunteers. It is moving to the forefront of delivering quality and culturally specialist services that meet the needs and help improve the quality of life for people with learning disabilities and their families from all backgrounds.
The services provided by BPCA are tailor made to meet the changing needs of the individual and they are delivered in the most professional manner. BPCA is committed to providing a learning, working and social environment in which the rights and dignity of all its members are respected. Our services and activities are designed to help greater involvement of those who are disabled and their parents, carers or guardians.
BPCA is dedicated to providing equal opportunities in all service activity delivery and prohibiting discrimination based upon protected group status. Equal opportunity in service delivery means: equal access to all our services, whether community or centre based and equal benefits from services and equal treatment within the system. Furthermore BPCA is committed to equality of opportunity in its user admission as well as employment practices regardless of colour, creed, ethnic or national origin, religion, sex, age, disability, political affiliation, those with HIV status, sexual orientation etc.