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

Who are we

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.

£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

NHS Bowel Cancer Event

NHS Bowel Cancer Event

There is a bowel cancer event run by the NHS on 14th and 15th May in Wolverhampton. The event will let people know about cancer/screening awareness and where to get it.The event will focus on Bowel cancer. There will be a giant inflatable colon which people can walk...

Benefits Changes

Benefits Changes

These are the Governments's plans for benefits this year: Working age benefits like Universal Credit (standard) will be the same, so will Housing Benefit - the Government has frozen these rates until 2020. People in the ESA support group and those getting disability...

Become a councillor and make change

Become a councillor and make change

A fund is being set up to help disabled people who want to become Councillors. There are very few councillors across the country who are disabled people. Each disabled person running to be a councillor, police commissioner, or Mayor will be able to get up to around...


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