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KeyRing is a national organisation working to improve the provision of community care, mainly for vulnerable adults.

KeyRing's vision is for vulnerable people to be at the heart of their community, sharing their skills and talents for everyone's benefit.  KeyRing aims to achieve this by establishing Supported Living Networks to help vulnerable people in the community. Community Living Volunteers help other KeyRing members with things like reading letters and dealing with bills. These volunteers are supported by Community Support Workers and Supported Living Managers

KeyRing also works with the Criminal Justice System helping offenders with a Learning Disability, to ensure that suspects, defendants and offenders with learning disabilities are treated fairly and equally.
KeyRing has been involved in work in the Criminal Justice System for several years on Learning Disability projects relating to offenders with learning disabilities.

KeyRing exists to improve the life chances of Members. For more information on the work of KeyRing, please visit the website.

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65, Dalston Lane
E8 2NG
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A supported living Network is made up of 10 ordinary homes. People who need support live in 9 of them. These people are KeyRing Members. They help each other out and meet up regularly. A Community Living Volunteer lives in the 10th home. The Volunteer is a person who helps Members out. They help with things like reading bills, forms and letters. The volunteer supports Members to explore what’s going on in their neighbourhood and get involved. If Members need more support, there are paid workers that they can call. These workers can help if Members want to do something that will take more time.

Last updated: 10 Jan 2019

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