Inclusive Health – 13 September Digbeth

If you care about how children and young people – including those who are disabled or who experience mental illness – are served in Birmingham, then please come to this open event on Inclusive Health organised by Children’s Quarter (and stay on for some lunch and to join us as a supporter). 

Sarah-Jane Marsh, CEO of Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Trust – will be at the event in Digbeth on 13 September

Inclusive Health

Children and young people are a quarter of Birmingham’s citizens. One in four is vulnerable to social exclusion.  They include disabled children and young people; and children and young people with mental health, and other additional, needs.  We say they deserve – and we all need – inclusive health care.  That is, health care and services which recognise and accommodate the needs of the most likely to be excluded children and young people in policies, planning and service delivery.

Children’s Quarter

Children’s Quarter is a cooperative of groups which provide services to children and young people and are committed to inclusion.

Join Us for the Event

For this special open event focusing on inclusive health we have invited to speak, and to listen:

  • Young people, volunteers and parents involved in our member groups
  • Sarah Jane Marsh – the CEO of Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust and a founder of Forward Thinking  Birmingham – the city’s mental health partnership for children and young people
  • Richard Kirby – the new head of Birmingham Community Health Care which provides a wide range of  NHS community services including to disabled children and young people.
  • You
Richard Kirby – in charge of Birmingham Community Healthcare – will be speaking at Inclusive Childcare

The event is free.  You are very welcome to join Children’s Quarter as a supporter.  Membership costs £10 a year and means we can keep you informed of – and involved in – campaigns, initiatives and future events focusing on including all  children and young people in future.

Chinese Community Centre – Birmingham 

We are grateful to the Chinese Community Centre – Birmingham for hosting this event.  CCC-B was set up by volunteers to provide services to the diverse community.  The Centre, based in Digbeth, contributes to the civic and cultural life of the city as a whole.  It is also the base for inclusive services to children and young people from the Chinese community and is one of Children’s Quarter’s growing number of members.


Join Children’s Quarter looking at Inclusive Health on September 13 10-12noon at the Chinese Community Centre- Birmingham, 99 Bradford St B12 0NS


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