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The Importance of Inclusive Play

Children being able to play, use their imagination and explore the world around them is a vital part of growing up. Disabled children should be given the same opportunities to play as non Disabled children, and we should be creating an inclusive society where all children can play together. This Playday, the national day for…

Celebrating Time2Share

This Volunteers Week we are thanking every single one of our volunteers who have helped to make WECIL’s services what they are today. Without each of you, we wouldn’t have been able to support the lives of so many Disabled people across the UK, and our volunteers remain such an important and central part of…

Listening Partnerships: Our Past, Present and Future

We are the Listening Partnership (LP), WECIL’s participation group that gives  Disabled young people a voice on important topics that matter to us. Led by young people, for young people, we challenge the barriers that we as Disabled young people face in daily life. By running a series of campaigns throughout the year and consulting…

a young person in a sports centre

A Platform for Change: By Dominic Ellison

There is currently a massive reorganisation in England of health and social care delivery. It is now more important than ever that Disabled people and their organisations have an influential voice at the important tables and in big decisions. Organisations like WECIL have a key role to play, both as an activist group campaigning for…

Celebrating 50 Years of Befriending

This year we are celebrating 50 years of our Children and Young People’s Befriending service and the incredible impact it has on the lives of Disabled people and volunteers. From its beginnings the service has only grown stronger through the challenges of COVID and continues to be one of the most valued services WECIL offers….

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