We see the change that comes from supporting ability rather than focusing on disability.
In fact, we think ‘disability’ is a matter of opinion.
That’s why we’ve set out to rattle perceptions and harness potential.
We choose to show one another how able we are, instead of boxing ourselves into constructs.
We choose to uproot assumptions and challenge stereotypes.
It starts with community
If you’re part of a community, you should be contributing – full stop. Nothing should stop anyone from living a meaningful, fulfilling life. We all deserve support and the opportunity to express ourselves.
We all deserve to be part of a bigger picture.
By working together, we know we can make an extraordinary difference.We can change the way people access their inner ability – for good.
We’re able to make a difference because of meticulous research, needs analysis, networking and careful planning. And big, no-holds-barred ambition.
We believe that truly understanding a community and its social structures is a crucial first step.
We’ve pioneered two programmes for change:
Health & Everyone deserves to be healthy and happy. We want people living with disabilities to live longer and with dignity. We want them to feel able to contribute to their communities. We’ve done our research, and know that healthcare and mobility are crucial priorities.
Community Nobody should ever feel excluded. We encourage people to participate, and support them with networks of likeminded people. We want to enable those living with disability, by helping them gain experience and sustain themselves financially. We want every person to feel acknowledged, included and supported.
We’re all for community. We begin by recruiting a peer supporter in a community that needs us. Peer supporters are people living with disability, who work with us for change in their communities.Read more