We use the skills gained from our experience of disability, including mental health issues and long-term conditions, to create better services and more inclusive communities.
We believe support which comes from a place of shared experience and understanding can be life changing.
We produce research which captures the way in which disabled people make unique contributions to service development and society as a whole.
We fight to raise awareness about barriers faced by disabled people how we can work together to remove those barriers.
We aim to work in partnership with other disabled people to achieve their own goals.
We are determined to make our communities, services and workplaces more inclusive places to be for everybody.
The social model of disability says that disability is caused by the way society is organised, rather than by a person’s impairment or difference.
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