Are you a council tenant of Cardiff Council or Swansea Council who is also a disabled person or a person with Black, Asian or any other ethnic minority heritage?
If so, Diverse Cymru, Ethnic Youth Support Team (EYST) and Tai Pawb invite you to free focus groups in Swansea and Cardiff.
The Wales Audit Office have commissioned us to do this work as part of their review of the Welsh Housing Quality Standards at Swansea and Cardiff Councils.
We would like to speak to disabled or BME tenants specifically because these groups are often under-represented, and this provides an opportunity to ensure that voices from more communities are heard and acted on.
These focus groups are your chance to tell us about your experiences as a Cardiff or Swansea council tenant and your ability to shape the design and delivery of improvements to your home.
Places are limited and must be booked.
Free event. Tea, coffee and biscuits provided.
You are welcome to bring a support worker, carer or friend with you.
Diverse Cymru will reimburse travel, access, childcare or replacement care costs. Please keep your tickets or receipts and contact us for further details.
How to book
To book a place at one of the disabled council tenant’s focus group please download the booking form here.Registration form – Council tenants focus groups
Please complete the booking form and send it to: Shelagh Maher, engagement officer, Diverse Cymru. Email: email@example.com or phone: 029 2036 8888 extension 255.
Please let us know your language, access and dietary requirements when booking your place.
Is this group for me?
This focus group is for any disabled person who’s landlord is Swansea Council.
Disabled council tenants includes:
- Tenants with mobility impairments
- Tenants with sensory impairments (for example Deaf people or people with visual impairments)
- Tenants with cognitive or neurological impairments (for example dementia or hydrocephalus)
- Tenants with learning impairments (for example autistic people, dyspraxic or dyslexic people)
- Tenants with mental health conditions (for example stress, depression or anxiety)
- Tenants with long-term health conditions (for example arthritis, diabetes or HIV)
What will we do with your views
We will be taking notes at the events.
We will be writing a report based on your experiences and views.
This will be shared between all the partners and will be part of the final reports to Swansea and Cardiff Councils.
All case studies and views will be completely anonymous and will not identify you.
If you are a black or minority ethnic Swansea Council tenant EYST are running a focus group on 18th July in the morning. For further information click here firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Wednesday 18th July
Time: 12:30 pm until 3 pm
Venue: Ethnic Youth Support Team (EYST)
11 St. Helen’s Road