The South-East Network of Disabled People’s Organisations (SENDPO) is one of the latest examples of a movement of organisations run and controlled by disabled people that has taken a leadership role over the last 40 years to advance the human rights of disabled people.
The region of South-East England (excluding London) has 19 first tier local authorities with responsibility for social care. SENDPO was formed in 2011 and currently has 35 Disabled People’s Organisations as members.
The day-to-day work of the network is currently funded by grants from Surrey County Council and the Health & Social Care Partnership South-East, and a donation from Hampshire Coalition of Disabled People.
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