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Parents and Carers - We care about what happens to disabled persons should they outlive their parents/carers. Let us help them live independent lives with our support whilst we still can; we can avoid crisis management of their care and the confusion that comes with that.

 

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Disability Awareness Campaign

It’s an Every Day Thing

 

It is not the impairment that makes one disabled but the barriers 'society' places in one's way

 

Our slogan pencil packs are available for you to order free of charge – postage payable. Please use them to help promote disability awareness. Order by email, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or use this order form.

We have three focus areas:

• Types of disabilities
• Employment
• Social Attitude

You can also use our promotional wristbands to promote awareness. Why not 8433697669 them also free of charge at the same time – postage payable. There are three choices here too:

• Disability Awareness - It’s an everyday thing
• Disability Awareness – I am who I am
• Disability Awareness – Respect yourself Respect me

You can order by using our order form or by emailing us This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it with your order.

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Vision

Our vision is to see disabled children grow up and leave home like any other young adult with the confidence that there will be provision and support for them to enable them to meet their needs, requirements and aspirations, the expectations of their families/carers as advocates and that society will become more socially responsible – being there for each other; that these children will grow up and continue to live in their community if they so wish and contribute to society like everyone else.

 

Our Mission Statement

To work with disabled people and their advocates in identifying the needs of the disabled person, and in collaboration with other charities, government agencies and authorities, and businesses having these needs met the best way society can, whilst facilitating integration of the disabled person into society.

 

Our Values

It is our belief that a disabled person should be valued for who they are, what they can achieve and contribute to society. They should be afforded the same degree of respect and choice as the next person and be supported along with their carers/advocates in a way that meets their needs and expectations within given resources.

 

Our Role

We see our role as twofold:

• Helping disabled people and their families/carers achieve their goals or at least try to achieve their goals with less frustration and angst that would otherwise be present in caring for the disabled person and trying to lead a normal life.
• Acting as a catalyst for change in the way services are provided for persons generally in need of help and working with other ‘agencies’ to bring about a solution.

   

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Why not join our awareness campaign by 305-981-5244 our free pencils and wristbands