Welcome to Camphill Families and Friends

Camphill Families and Friends supports the life and work of people with learning disabilities who live in a variety of Camphill communities and settings, by offering advice, information and partnership to their families and friends.

We work to maintain key Camphill values.  Given the constant changes in the world of social care, and the cuts in funding, we try to keep our members in touch with their impact on Camphill communities and on the people living in them.  We do this through our website, newsletter and open meetings, and guest articles in Camphill Pages.  We liaise closely with many communities and with our members in order to influence change.

Latest News

Community Care and Inclusion for People with an Intellectual Disability.

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Camphill at Seventy-Five: Developmental Communalism in Process

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Scottish Branch Meeting

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Submission by Camphill Families and Friends to the Select Committee on Social Care

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Leaving the EU could potentially have a disastrous effect on Camphill communities.

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Diary of Events 2017

Open meeting
Saturday 1st April 2017
Birmingham

AGM and Open meeting
Saturday 14th October 2017
Venue to be decided

Recent Articles

What is important to families about Camphill in the 21st century?

A personal view by Evan Davies (Camphill parent and trustee of CFF) CFF is developing a discussio[...]

Camphill in South Africa  

CFF Trustee, Jeremy Trevethick and his wife Marti, were recently on holiday in South Africa and took[...]

Personal Independence Payment (PIP)

Personal Independence Payment (PIP) Personal Independence Payment (PIP) is a benefit for working[...]

CFF Statement

As mediation between CVT and the plaintiffs in the legal action is currently in process we feel it m[...]

Hearing the voices of people being supported in Camphill?

In this time of fast change, CFF is particularly interested in whether the voices of people being su[...]

Green Paper, No Voice Unread, No Right Ignored

The Government has published the consultation paper ‘No voice unheard, no right ignored – a consulta[...]

Who Cares?

Who Cares   The impact of ideology, regulation and marketisation on the quality of life of people wi[...]