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What we do

Equality for All C.I.C. is a Community Interest Company, limited by guarantee and incorporated on 15th April 2014.
We are a non-profit organisation regulated by Companies House.
The CIC model is designed to provide an effective legal form for enterprises which aim to provide benefit to the community or to trade with a social purpose, rather than to make a profit.

Description

We are a user led organisation with a wealth of experience in the sector. The founder has worked within disability services for over ten years. Our practice is underpinned by the Equality Act 2010. We provide a range of innovative services.

Target audience

  • Disabled people of all impairment groups and their family members (including carers)
  • People with mental health problems


In addition, the company will provide benefit to the wider community through the provision of services to people with disabilities and/or mental health issues.

Area served

We currently have projects running across Bradford & District and Calderdale & District.

Our long term aim is to work right across the Yorkshire and Humberside area

Aims

  • To promote equality and inclusion for disabled people
  • To promote choice and control for disabled people
  • To empower disabled people to make informed choices

Activities Outcomes

We provide direct support to people with disabilities including:

  • Courses, workshops and training
  • Interventions and support services
  • Advocacy, information and guidance
  • Social activities and volunteering opportunities
  • We will provide disabled people with accessible services, co-designed with the beneficiaries.  The benefits to disabled people will include:
  • Confidence building, employability skills, aspirational belonging
  • Social inclusion and empowerment by means of implementing a solution focussed approach
  • Being better placed to access support services from other providers
  • Reduced poverty and improved standard of living
  • Reduced isolation and segregation by means of promoting the social model of disability
  • Improved access to services.  

 

We provide consultancy and support services to other organisations and bodies, especially those working with or coming into contact with disabled people/people with mental health problems.

  • The community will benefit by having access to support organisations with improved disability awareness.
  • Reduced levels of discriminatory practice within the workplace and wider society.
  • Increased knowledge and awareness of legislation, e.g. the Equality Act 2010, employment legislation etc.

 

Activities

We provide direct support to people with disabilities including:

  • Courses, workshops and training
  • Interventions and support services
  • Advocacy, information and guidance
  • Social activities and volunteering opportunities

Outcomes

  • We will provide disabled people with accessible services, co-designed with the beneficiaries.  The benefits to disabled people will include:
  • Confidence building, employability skills, aspirational belonging
  • Social inclusion and empowerment by means of implementing a solution focussed approach
  • Being better placed to access support services from other providers
  • Reduced poverty and improved standard of living
  • Reduced isolation and segregation by means of promoting the social model of disability
  • Improved access to services.  

 

Activities

We provide consultancy and support services to other organisations and bodies, especially those working with or coming into contact with disabled people/people with mental health problems.

Outcomes

  • The community will benefit by having access to support organisations with improved disability awareness.
  • Reduced levels of discriminatory practice within the workplace and wider society.
  • Increased knowledge and awareness of legislation, e.g. the Equality Act 2010, employment legislation etc.