Changing Our Lives has a strong and proud history of working with people who find themselves stripped of the most basic human rights, often those people with a learning disability and/or autistic people in inpatient units. Our work is always shaped by a recognition that people themselves are in the best position to know what works for them. So, hearing first hand from people with a learning disability and autistic people about their experiences was the obvious approach to highlighting what needs to be done to make sure that people no longer get stuck in modern day asylums, but live ordinary lives in the community.

Click here to read the stories of James, Liam and Zeze.

Click here to hear Liam's story

Click here to hear Zeze's story

Click here to hear James' story