The Youth Forum is for autistic and neurodiverse young people between the ages of 13 and 19. It is about having your say about how things can be better for autistic young people in Gloucestershire. It is a chance to meet other autistic and neurodiverse young people and support each other. It is a monthly […]
Attention! Dramatic Change’s FREE Dance and Physical Theatre Course is starting this September! For more information, or to sign up, email email@example.com. If you would prefer to speak on the phone, please call the Inclusion Gloucestershire Office on 01452 234003.
Attention! Dramatic Change’s FREE Dance and Physical Theatre Course is starting this September! Dramatic Change’s Dance and Physical Theatre course gives disabled and non-disabled participants the opportunity to develop physical and creative skills in a fun and relaxed environment. Sessions will run once a week and will also help to develop social and communication skills, […]
Dramatic Change is part of Inclusion Gloucestershire and is a drama club for people with learning & physical disability’s, mental health issues and Autism. We regularly make films and theater pieces. Drama 101 is a six month FREE course that gives everyone the chance to be a better actor, have fun, learn new skills and […]
Our Inclusion hubs are led by disabled people for disabled people. They are safe and welcoming places with different opportunities where you can make new friends, socialise, try out new activities, take part on online activities and access information. Everyone is welcome and all disabilities are included. Our hubs are open by invitation only to […]
Our Inclusion hubs are led by disabled people for disabled people. They are safe and welcoming places with different opportunities where you can make new friends, socialise, try out new activities, take part on online activities and access information. Everyone is welcome and all disabilities are included. The Cheltenham Hub is run in partnership […]
Inclusion Gloucestershire offer user-led services in the community, our model places ‘experts by experience’ at the centre of what we do. We run a variety of projects engaging people across the county with experience of living with a disability or mental ill health.
Our projects are broken down into 3 elements, Engagement, Training and Development and Quality Checking. Our engagement projects include our Inclusion Hubs providing a social and activity space in 3 districts, MHELO giving a voice for those living with mental ill health, GEM working to break down barriers to employment, our Volunteering and Advocacy project and co-chairing Gloucestershire’s Learning Disability Partnership Board.
Our Training and Development builds upon and showcases the brilliant skills of disabled people through a range of methods, including drama. And our Quality Checking works with users and alongside providers to ensure that high standards are delivered in care and support services.
We also work on a changeable variety of short-term projects which draws upon the knowledge of experts by experience to improve services such as, public transport and NHS practises.
You can find out more about our work at: https://www.inclusiongloucestershire.co.uk/
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Inclusion Gloucestershire believes everyone has gifts, ambitions, aspirations and strengths.
But sometimes they experience barriers, setbacks and challenges which make it harder for them to reach their potential.
We want to change that, through working with disabled people and building on their strengths. Our focus is championing people of all ages, whatever their disability, including people with physical disabilities, learning disabilities, sensory impairment and mental ill health.
We are a registered charity and user-led organisation, run by people with disabilities for people with disabilities.