Read real accounts from people who affected by learning disabilities, their families and the people who support them - and find out just how you can make a difference to their lives.
Mitchell was involved in a project run by In Control with his family and carers, to look at the difference it can make having a personalised support package tailored to meet his needs.
Hanifa works at the Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities. She has a Circle of Support at work. She has prepared a presentation about how it works for her.
Melanie lived away from her family and home town when she joined the We Can Dream! project. She was about to leave school and was uncertain about her future. This is her story.
Catherine and her parents attended the transition workshops as part of the What Kind of a Future? project. One of the workshops they attended had speakers come and talk about Direct Payments. This is their story following the event.
Aaron lives in Scotland with his family. He leads a full and active life using an Individual Budget.
Sara works four days and week and also leads a busy social life. Here is her story.
Deborah and her circle describe how they work together to reach Deborah's goals.
What I learned when I took part in the Learning for Leadership programme.
Once, Anoop, a man in his thirties with high support needs, went to college and stayed at home.
Rhythm Sticks is a new enterprise developed by Gemma Brown offering fun and inspirational drumming workshops throughout Cornwall.