Asian People's Disability Alliance's provides services to disabled people, their families and their carers, based on their specific personal, cultural and community needs. It works in the UK and Internationally. Set up in , it is led and managed by Asian people with disabilities. Asian People's Disability Alliance. Donate Share. Event: Iqtadar Hasnain's fundraising.
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Asian disabled people and their carers tend to be at a disadvantage because many mainstream service providers do not take into account racial and cultural diversity. Mainstream providers also sometimes prescribe to the stereotype, albeit unintentionally, that the extended Asian family 'looks after their own'. Marketing and communications strategies from some mainstream providers often don't reach the Asian community because of language barriers. As a result, there is a poor uptake of such services amongst the Asian community and Asian users find themselves socially excluded. The spiral of isolation then worsens as Asian users' lack of faith and trust in the ability of many existing organisations to deliver culturally appropriate services continues. This page was last updated on 18 December
Data for financial year ending 31 March To provide needs-led and user-led culturally appropriate services and act as a point of resource for Disabled people, their carers and families. To work in partnership and collaboration with service planners to support the needs of Disabled People. To deliver culturally sensitive and appropriate services for Asian Disabled people and their Carers. Ratios have to be put in context.