No one’s too disabled or too affected by mental health difficulties to lead an ordinary life.

We all create our own version of ‘an ordinary life’. Everyone has a right to this.

Coproduction Masterclass Training

Learn more and sign up to Coproduction Masterclass training here. You will explore how coproduction leads to outcomes for the people that you work with and how to coproduce work strategically.

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Tickets: From £175.00

Author: Carol Clarke

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Joining the Dots - Community Connecting Training

Learn more and sign up to Joining The Dots training here. This training shows you how to facilitate community connections, which improve the lives of people you work with.

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Tickets: From £175.00

Author: Carol Clarke

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More than Words - Facilitating Communication Training

Learn more and sign up for More Than Words training here. This training enables you to develop your communication skills with people with profound and multiple learning disabilities.

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Author: Carol Clarke

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No one's too disabled to have a conversation

Sometimes people think that if disabled people don’t use words to communicate, they can’t have a conversation. There are many different types of conversation: some use words, some use signs, some involve an electronic communicator and some are a mixture of all of these and more.

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Banishing the stigma of mental health - Leon's story

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Artists First!

We use the arts to engage with people, develop their creative abilities and enable them to challenge injustice and inequality.

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Success stories

  • Oscar: A visual minute taker

    See how Oscar is developing his skills as a graphic facilitator with Changing Our Lives. Read more

  • Beth's New Life

    In the summer 2017, at the age of 19 Beth left school with no robust plans in place and her mum Sue was very concerned about what the future held for her daughter. Read more

Make a Difference

  • Got My Back

    Donate to support disabled people and families to access postural care aids and assessment. Read more

  • Safe Places

    Donate to the Safe Places scheme, which enables disabled people feel safe in their local communities. Read more