One Voice

for disabled people

One Voice is run for and by disabled people,
and has lots of information for disabled people, friends, family, carers, colleagues, and anyone else who wants to know about issues affecting disabled people’s lives.
Have a look around, and tell us what you think


Omega Bereavement Support

Omega Care is offering a series of free bereavement support groups; Share experiences and learn from others in similar situations Discover new coping skills and begin to focus on the future Develop your own plan for moving forward with life   Friday 21st October...

Friends Against Scams campaign

Trading Standards has started a campaign called Friends Against Scams for anyone who wants to protect themselves, friends, or family against scams - the UK population is stung for £5-10 billion due to scams. Most of these scams are when people are contacted by post or...

Online bullying is cyber crime

The Crown Prosecution Service has issued new rules and guidelines about which types of online behaviour can be prosecuted as a crime.They include publishing someone's address and/or bank details, joining in or encouraging online bullying, using derogatory hashtags,...

Carers Rights Day Event

Carers Suppport Wolverhampton are holding an event for carers on Friday 25th November, 10a.m. – 2p.m. at the Bob Jones Community Hub, Bromley street, Blakenhall, Wolverhampton WV2 3AS You can go along and find out about the support and information

Dementia Cafes

The Alzheimer's Society, in partnership with Wolverhampton City Council, holds Dementia Cafes in the city. Wolverhampton's Dementia Cafes are a monthly meeting for people with dementia or memory loss, their families and friends. The monthly gathering aims to provide a...

Positive Participation

Positive Participation is a commissioned provider of Asian mental health services in Wolverhampton, based at the Blakenhall Bob Jones Community Hub (used to be called Blakenhall Healthy Living Centre). Positive Participation aim to improve and prevent mental ill...

Wolverhampton Carers’ Forum

Are you a carer? Would you like to be involved in the Wolverhampton Carers Forum? You can be involved with : decision making raising awareness of care issues helping to arrange events for carers Have your say about carers services and register your interest now. For...

Home Improvement Service

If you own your own home and you are over 60 or on disability benefits, you may be able to get a free handiperson or help with the security of your home from the Wolverhampton Home Improvement Service. work to your home may include things like fitting locks, minor...

How accessible is your hospital?

The University of Bristol Centre for Disability Studies is doing some research about how hospitals in England make changes, or ‘reasonable adjustments’, to their services so that disabled people are not disadvantaged...

The Mind @ Work!

City of Wolverhampton Council, Wolverhampton Healthy Minds Team and the Workers Education Association have put together a programme offering:  An Emotional Well-Being check  Five Ways to Wellbeing Workshop  Learn Coping Strategies & Relaxation Techniques ...

Mental Capacity Act Video

The Mental Capacity Act is the law about how people can be supported to make decisions for themselves, including the right to make mistakes. The Social Care Institute of Excellence has produced a subtitled video...

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The One Voice AGM

Was on Saturday 2nd July 10-2


Find out what happened


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