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Equality Together

We are a local user-led organisation for disabled people, their carers and families. Our services are currently available to people who live in the Bradford Metropolitan District.
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Information and Advice

Equality Together provides free, impartial, independent and confidential advice to those with complex and continuing health care conditions including but not exclusive to those relating to age, disability, sensory needs, learning disability and mental health issues.

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one to one support available for disabled people living in the bradford metropolitan district

Self and Group Advocacy

Self Advocacy is about taking control of decisions about yourself and telling others what you want. At Equality Together, our aim is to help you speak up and have your voice heard. We’ve got a few ways of doing this.

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self and group advocacy in the bradford district

Equipment Hire

We have a fleet of lightweight wheelchairs and other equipment for disabled users upon request at affordable prices.

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Social Updates

If you have any questions you can connect with us on our social networks.

1 hour ago

Equality Together
As part of UK Disability History Month, Mind the Gap Theatre will be performing Anna.Anna is a workshop that explores a series of realistic scenarios experienced by a learning-disabled woman when she becomes pregnant. Anna explores:Informing family and partner of a pregnancyVisiting the midwife for the first timeBeing assessed by a child social workerWorkshop participants find out about barriers to being a parent with learning disabilities, how boyfriend Tony is coping and what Anna’s Dad thinks about it all.The workshop is led by a team of three professional performers with learning disabilities from Mind the Gap and an expert forum theatre facilitator.Also featured on the day will be extracts from PAIGE: Paige is a beautiful photobook which documents real life stories from parents with learning disabilities across the UK. To book your place click the link below:www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/uk-disability-history-month-sex-and-relationships-tickets-203707212757 ... See MoreSee Less
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5 hours ago

Equality Together
Come and listen to disabled people tell their stories and celebrate our achievements and contributions to the District through exhibitions, interviews and performances. Learn more, talk with and become an ally of disabled people. ... See MoreSee Less
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Equality Together
As part of UK Disability History Month, Mind the Gap Theatre will be performing Anna.Anna is a workshop that explores a series of realistic scenarios experienced by a learning-disabled woman when she becomes pregnant. Anna explores:Informing family and partner of a pregnancyVisiting the midwife for the first timeBeing assessed by a child social workerWorkshop participants find out about barriers to being a parent with learning disabilities, how boyfriend Tony is coping and what Anna’s Dad thinks about it all.The workshop is led by a team of three professional performers with learning disabilities from Mind the Gap and an expert forum theatre facilitator.Also featured on the day will be extracts from PAIGE: Paige is a beautiful photobook which documents real life stories from parents with learning disabilities across the UK. To book your place click the link below:www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/uk-disability-history-month-sex-and-relationships-tickets-203707212757 ... See MoreSee Less
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Equality Together
Come and listen to disabled people tell their stories and celebrate our achievements and contributions to the District through exhibitions, interviews and performances. Learn more, talk with and become an ally of disabled people. ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook

2 days ago

Equality Together
As part of UK Disability History Month, Mind the Gap Theatre will be performing Anna.Anna is a workshop that explores a series of realistic scenarios experienced by a learning-disabled woman when she becomes pregnant. Anna explores:Informing family and partner of a pregnancyVisiting the midwife for the first timeBeing assessed by a child social workerWorkshop participants find out about barriers to being a parent with learning disabilities, how boyfriend Tony is coping and what Anna’s Dad thinks about it all.The workshop is led by a team of three professional performers with learning disabilities from Mind the Gap and an expert forum theatre facilitator.Also featured on the day will be extracts from PAIGE: Paige is a beautiful photobook which documents real life stories from parents with learning disabilities across the UK. To book your place click the link below:www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/uk-disability-history-month-sex-and-relationships-tickets-203707212757 ... See MoreSee Less
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2 days ago

Equality Together
Come and listen to disabled people tell their stories and celebrate our achievements and contributions to the District through exhibitions, interviews and performances. Learn more, talk with and become an ally of disabled people. ... See MoreSee Less
View on Facebook