Drive down disability hate crime on social media

Join us in making your social media #NoPlaceForHate. Pledge to call out disability hate crime, be an ally, and talk to friends and family about it.

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We still need to have an important conversation about the future of social care. You can email your MP and ask them what they're doing to demand urgent funding and reform.

Demand urgent funding and reform of social care

"Social care is underfunded, and budgets have been slashed. There is a greater burden than ever before for people to fund their own care. I shouldn't have to pay for the basic needs that everyone else has."

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We work across the UK and internationally to support disabled people with all aspects of their lives so they can live as independently as they choose.

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We have around 130 services across the UK. Providing the best possible care to the people who live in our services is always our priority.

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We know this is a worrying time for everyone. The safety and wellbeing of people we support, our staff and volunteers, is our priority.

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Our international work

Our work is helping disabled people to live, learn and earn as independently as they choose across the globe.

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Latest news and blogs covering the issues important to disabled people right now

What we hope the CQC social care report will do

The CQC’s latest report reveals a severe social care workforce crisis. Our Director of Policy Gemma Hope explains why we need a clear plan for social care reform from the government.


Our inclusive education project in Tanzania

For the past four years, we’ve been working to support disabled children into school in Tanzania, East Africa. Catherine Alejo, Programme Manager for Uganda, and Tanzania, reflects on the project now it’s finished.