One Voice

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

Not for profit organisation

Who are we

About Us

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

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.

Our aim in all things is to improve the lives and chances of disabled people through working with partners to create change.



What we do



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


disabled access

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


services for organisations

We can help you to make your service more inclusive


having a say

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

Recent Blog Posts

Chancellor takes a swipe at disabled people

Chancellor Philip Hammond, in his budget speech spoke about low productivity in the UK - - people are working too slowly, or not producing enough. Guess who was one of the scapegoats for this? This is some of what he said: “It is almost certainly the case that by...

ESA – Fitness for Work

The rules governing ESA fitness for work, include regulation 29. This rule is for people who don't get the points they need in order to be found not fit for work. The regulation states that if a person should be treated as if s/he is not fit for work, and only fit for...

Government taken to Court over UC

Universal Credit is now up and running in Wolverhampton for all new claims for adults (excluding PIP).New claims for ESA now come under the umbrella of Universal Credit. But severely disabled people without a carer are penalised under this system and losing between...

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Training to make your organisation inclusive

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