Grassroots charity promoting the right for people with learning disabilities to have a choice about how they live their lives

Posts Tagged ‘learning disability’

(un)Ordinary Conference – meet the Include Choir!

21
Mar
2019

Stay Up Late’s (un)Ordinary conference in London on March 26th is a conference with a difference. While the majority of those in the audience will be professionals working in the social care sector, all of those giving speeches, leading workshops or making presentations will have a learning disability. It won’t be all work and no […]

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Introducing our conference speakers – meet Phil!

19
Mar
2019

Stay Up Late’s (un)Ordinary conference in London on March 26th is a conference with a difference. While the majority of those in the audience will be professionals working in the social care sector, all of those giving speeches, leading workshops or making presentations will have a learning disability. In the run-up to the conference we’ll […]

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Introducing our conference speakers – meet Simon!

18
Mar
2019

Stay Up Late’s (un)Ordinary conference in London on March 26th is a conference with a difference. While the majority of those in the audience will be professionals working in the social care sector, all of those giving speeches, leading workshops or making presentations will have a learning disability. In the run-up to the conference we’ll […]

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Introducing our conference speakers – meet Raana!

14
Mar
2019

Stay Up Late’s (un)Ordinary conference in London on March 26th is a conference with a difference. While the majority of those in the audience will be professionals working in the social care sector, all of those giving speeches, leading workshops or making presentations will have a learning disability. In the run-up to the conference we’ll […]

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Introducing our conference speakers – meet Fiifi!

13
Mar
2019

Stay Up Late’s (un)Ordinary conference in London on March 26th is a conference with a difference. While the majority of those in the audience will be professionals working in the social care sector, all of those giving speeches, leading workshops or making presentations will have a learning disability. In the run-up to the conference we’ll […]

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Charity mission and values – What we believe!

18
Aug
2016

Stay Up Late’s charity mission and values. As a charity, our history has been written by the communities that we’ve grown out of – people who believe that every person with a learning disability should be able to stay up late! We recently brought together different people involved in our work – the Storm and Thunder Team, the […]

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