Join us online to celebrate our work with NDTi to support young disabled people

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Tuesday 23 April 2024

Tags: young disabled people, preparing for adulthood, Time to Talk project

We’ve been working in partnership with the National Development Team for Inclusion (NDTi) since 2021 to support to young disabled people aged 16-25 in England to help them build confidence and make plans for the future.

Funded by the National Lottery Community Fund, our Time to Talk project also helps families, carers and professionals to raise aspirations and encourage independence for the young people they support.

Join us online and celebrate!

As we come to the end of the Time to Talk project, we’d like to invite you to a series of online sessions taking place from 10-13 June, to celebrate this work and share learning.

Join us and discover ideas and evidence of how personalised strengths-based approaches enable young people to build confidence, set their own goals, prepare for adulthood and have their voices heard. You’ll also hear from young people about their lived experiences, journeys and achievements.

All sessions are free and open to all including young people, family members, those working in youth and community sector, careers, participation, advocacy, education, social care and health sector. You can join as many sessions as you choose.

Find out more about what’s happening and when and register to join, by looking the full programme of sessions over the 3 day celebration.

Contact’s information about preparing for adulthood

For advice on supporting your disabled youngster through this important transition into adult life, check out our Preparing for Adulthood webpages