We are One Voice

for disabled people

One Voice has been a presence in Wolverhampton for over 20 years.We are based in Regent House, opposite the Central Baths.We have contracts with Wolverhampton city Council to fund some of our work, as well as contracts and funding from others
Our location is the by the red flag on this map (left), or here in google maps>> regent house, bath avenue, wolverhampton, wv1 4eg tel 01902 810016[/box]

We are an organisation run by disabled people, offering help advice and support to  disabled people and their friends and families, as well as offering information, training, consultation and partnership working to other organisations on issues to do with disabled citizen’s lives.One Voice is run in line with the social model of disability – we believe that people like us have impairments, what disables us is an inaccessible environment or disabling attitudes.The work of One Voice falls into 3 broad categories,

Services to Individuals

including counselling, advocacy, representation, advice and information, workshops, creative activities

Services to Disabled People's Groups

including training, talks, access work, disability network, creative workshops, events.

Services to local organisations

including training, talks, access work, disability network, creative workshops, events.

Partnerships

Bespoke services and partnership working with other organisations.

Monthly newsletter

Emailed to your inbox.

If you need the newsletter on audio cd we can do this

 

Factsheets

We have produced a lot of publications on subjects requested by One Voice users and members. Including disability benefits, employment, the Equality Act, equipment, running meetings, leisure, wills, continuing care, tribunals, moving home etc
If you need information on audio cd – contact the office and we will send one out

 

Advocacy

We help you to help yourselves.

Visit our advocacy site for more info>>

 

Representation

Putting your views across or ensuring you have a say in decisions affecting the city.

Also we can represent disabled people in Tribunals.

 

Information & Research

We can provide you with research and information on employment, transport, access, legal rights etc

 

Training

One Voice has provided training for disabled people in Disability Benefits, Access Audits, Stress and Anxiety Management, Equality Act, Care Act, Time management, accessible communication, running campaigns, Assisting wheelchair users, agenda-setting and many other areas.

Transport & Access

One Voice runs opt-in/opt-out groups on transport issues and access issues so disabled people can speak as a group directly to service providers.

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