Our Rethinking Disability workshops aim to challenge the way people think about disability.
Our activity workshops are delivered and developed by disabled people and non-disabled people together. None of yer PowerPoint, jargon, or regulations… just thought provoking fun activities with tea and cake.
A typical workshop will have a short introduction, three or four activities (each lead by a disabled person) and two or three activities which people can try on their own. These are some on the activities…
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click Design a Swing Park: Make a swing park that’s suitable for children with learning and physical disabilities.
Find your way: Complete a jigsaw puzzle of Edinburgh and go on a journey with a visually impaired person
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