The Devon Disability Network (DDN) provides people and local disability groups with information in a range of accessible formats about disability-related local events/activities, news, and also updates on our own services and events. We also invite people to take part in a range of consultation opportunities (for example, focus groups and surveys) so they can influence the development and delivery of services.
Raising Awareness and Influencing Change
The DDN is made up of volunteer members from across Devon who meet regularly to raise awareness and influence change on the issues affecting people with disabilities and Deaf people who use British Sign Language (BSL).
DDN members attend events across the County to share their experiences living with a disability and help to share information about our charity, our support services, and other disability-related projects and services.
We support the members of the DDN to people to take part in surveys, meetings, and focus groups on health and social care related topics. Information about these opportunities is published on our website as part of our Devon Engagement Service
Get Involved – Share your voice
If you are interested in receiving information about local disability-related services and events or would like to receive information about the latest health and social care consultations, please sign up to our mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org
Please tell us what format you would like to receive information in. For example, standard print, Large Print, Audio, email.
Want to find out more or become a DDN Member? Contact our friendly Hub team today who are happy to give you more information on the group and details of the next meeting which usually takes place face to face at our office in Exeter, but because of the pandemic are currently taking place on Zoom.