Our guides provide advice for employers, businesses and individuals.
Community engagement for inclusive sexual and reproductive health: A guide for conducting workshops with persons with disabilities
This report is to be used by WISH partners as a guide on how to hold community engagement workshops with clients with disabilities and Organisations of Persons with Disabilities (OPDs), in order to strengthen project adaptations.
This guide will help WISH partners know how to:
- Implement a community engagement workshop, and know what to consider before and on the day of the workshop.
- Understand the different elements to include when holding a community engagement workshop.
- Explore case studies from previous community engagement workshops, and lessons learned.
- Develop action plans and put them into practice.
Email your representative guide
We’re asking you to meet your MP and let them know why disabled people need to be at the heart of social care reforms.
We want you to share why you think it’s important that disabled people can get the care that they need to live independently. And share any experiences of social care that you, your friends or your family have had or have heard about. This is a great opportunity to make your voice heard!
Taking the time to meet your MP can really make a difference. MPs want to make sure they are representing people like you who live in their constituency. By sharing why social care matters to you, you can make it a local issue that matters to them.
Supporting children with disabilities at home during COVID-19
The COVID-19 outbreak has had an impact on how people live their lives in every country around the world. In this context it is very important that the specific needs of children with disabilities are taken into account. This resource pack provides advice and guidance for parents and caregivers on how best to protect and support their children with disabilities during the COVID-19 outbreak.
An employers guide to creating more opportunities with disabled people
We know that many employers want to maximise the potential of disabled people in their workplace and make it possible for more disabled people to join their business. But often they aren’t sure where to start.