Our purpose

Bigger and stronger in supporting people with learning difficulties in Camden to have their full rights and privileges as citizens by empowering them to speak up for themselves.

The aims of the organisation

We empower people with learning difficulties to speak up for themselves. We provide training to organisations such as local authorities and the NHS on awareness of learning difficulties. We educate policy makers of the needs of people with learning difficulties.

We support people with learning difficulties to report hate crime. We work with the police on hate crime against people with learning difficulties.

We participate in decision making about people with learning difficulties. We empower and encourage people with learning difficulties to speak up for their rights and freedom.

We empower and encourage people with learning difficulties to have their say in the community. We constantly fundraise for the running of the organisation.

Equal opportunity statement

We want all individuals with learning difficulties to have their culture, religion, age, gender and sexuality respected.

We want to be able to ask for help without making us look powerless or incapable.


Value statement
We want to:

  • Be listened to.
  • Be valued.
  • Be safe in the community without fear of harassment or being bullied.
  • Have information in easy to read format.
  • Be treated with dignity and respect.
  • Be able to live independent lives.
  • Be allowed and able to take risks.
  • Be able to make our own choice.
  • Be able to have our privacy.
  • Keep our information private and confidential if possible.