British Asians Welfare Association (BAWA), make it unlawful to discriminate against anyone on the grounds of age. This has several implications for training, documents used, and the training of trainers and facilitators. For further guidance about the effects of Age Equality and Discrimination in training and developing people, (and in other aspects of managing people), see the Age Diversity information, which quite naturally relates to the subject of 'whole-person' development, given its connections with diversity and taking proper care of people.
British Asians Welfare Association (BAWA) provides day and night support to vulnerable adults across London and nearby areas. Clients that could benefit from our services are adults with mental health issues, physical disabilities, elderly and anyone else in need of support. We are happy to support and help anybody who feels that they can benefit from using our service, no matter if our involvement is just for a short while. We operate 24 hours, every day of the year, and we can be used as an on-going support, or on when needed basis. We provide support in your home or wherever it suits you. We believe that our service can enrich people's lives, because we are not time limited, we don't have a waiting list, we have years of experience behind us and we employ high quality staff. British Asians Welfare Association (BAWA)'s activity is led by a professional team with a mandate to initiate new programs and advance their implementation, under the guidance of the Board that includes and all our staff have enhanced CRB check, reference check, training and vehicle business insurance.
We have been providing high quality daytime care for adults with learning disabilities. Our aim is to enhance life skills and enable personal growth through fun-filled days packed with enjoyable activities We provide a broad range of indoor and outdoor activities for our clients including arts and crafts, music, sports, gardening, cooking and trips out and about in the community.