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Meaningful Education Ltd CIC presents Bedfordshire Dignity Network 
The Bedfordshire Dignity Network aims to create a proactive approach to preserve dignity within the community by;

 Raising awareness of the importance of dignity and impact when it is lost.

 To inspire professionals to share good practice and contribute to transforming services
 To encourage and support local people to take action to improve the quality of life within their communities
 To recognise and reward those individuals and groups that make a difference by 'going the extra mile'.

We welcome and invite individual members of the community, groups and organisations to join the Network. We are keen to learn what others are already doing to promote dignity within their environment.

As a network we will share experiences, thoughts and ideas; Members will create an Action Plan for the implementation of positive change. There are many small steps that we can take that can have a big impact on improving people's lives.

We want Bedfordshire to be recognised as a place where everyone is treated with dignity and respect; creating a dignified community for an improved quality of life for all!

The Network meetings will be held Quarterly, the topics discussed will be initiated and agreed by the Members of the group.

Who we are as
Bedfordshire Dignity Network 
 

  1. MEMBERS COUNT
    47
  2. UPCOMING EVENTS
    DIGNITY TOUR - NEXT LOCATION
  3. LATEST EVENTS
    DIGNITY TOUR - ASDA
Dignity is an important part of our daily lives and when forgotten can impact upon us all. Making the decision to become a Dignity Champion and to sign up to the Network will offer you the following:

 A Forum of like-minded individuals, groups, and organisations that share your vision and value your ideas to raise awareness.

 Access to relevant and up-to-date information, peer guidance and resources to support your goals.

 Opportunity to share experience and best practice, to contribute to and lead improvement within services.

 To join forces with others equally committed to leading a movement within our communities, for positive long-term change in our Society.

 To be recognised as the special individual you are, for demonstrating dedication to a worthwhile cause.

Every individual has a need for purpose and a right to feel valued and worthy of being part of our Society.

Why should you join
Bedfordshire Dignity Network 
 

Bedfordshire Dignity Network
Junior Ambassadors  
 


EVIE
 


LACI
 


MILA
 

How to 
BECOME A MEMBER
 

If you would like to join, please complete the attached membership / action plan to the right and return it to the contact details below with the subject 'Bedfordshire Dignity Network Member':

Clare Copleston:

clare@meaningfuleducation.co.uk


About Bedfordshire Dignity Network 
ME Dignity Network Action Plan/Membership

MEMBERS
 

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