One Voice

. . . is run by and for disabled people, and has lots of information for disabled people, friends, family, carers, colleagues, organisations, and anyone who wants to know about disabled people’s lives.

Not for profit
organisation

Who are we

One Voice is a disabled people’s organisation serving Wolverhampton and the surrounding areas.

One Voice is a community interest company – all our income goes into services and help for disabled people.

We are a democratic organisation run by and for disabled people since we began in 1994. 

The disabled people of Wolverhampton elect our Directors and board members, and decide what work we should be doing to help disabled people and to help organisations to improve services and venues for disabled people.

We aim to improve the lives and chances of disabled people through working with partners to create change.

Services

What we do

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Information

We provide information and advice in appropriate formats on things relating to disabled people’s lives.

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disabled access

We train service providers or disabled people in how to audit a service to make it accessible

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services for organisations

We can help you to make your service more inclusive

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having a say

We help disabled people and groups to have a say about things that affect their lives.

£50 helps a disabled person to maintain independence

Help us to help a disabled person maximise their income, manage debt, exercise their rights, and be involved

Training to make your organisation inclusive

You can make sure that disbled people are included in your service by hiring us to audit it and provide an action plan

Recent Blog Posts

Pool Sadness

Pool Sadness

End of June and Wolverhampton has have the hottest days of the summer so far. Just the time to cool off in an outdoor pool. This heatwave, we cant. The pools at East Park and Tettenhall  are usually packed with kids paddling, and families picnicking around the...

Ettingshall Regeneration

Ettingshall Regeneration

Over the next few years Wolverhampton City Council will be developing new home and nursery facilities for young people where the old bus depot used to be, and close to the Priestfield tram stop.There will also be shopping. The new development will provide facilities...

New benefit rules for people from E.U.

New benefit rules for people from E.U.

New rules which came into force on 7th May 2019 mean that EEA nationals whose only right to live in the UK is on grounds that they have been here for less than three months or they are here as a jobseeker or as a person who has ‘pre-settled status’ are not entitled to...

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