Daisy Inclusive Uk

Daisy Inclusive Uk

Charity information

Daisy Inclusive Uk

The primary objective of Daisy Inclusive UK is to promote the importance of disability awareness, inclusion and equal opportunities for disabled and non-disabled people in the community through sport, education and employment by presentations, demonstrations and participation.

Initially, the focus is on establishing Daisy Inclusive UK as the primary provider of support, advice and guidance in the area of disability integration and through the medium of sport, education and employment to assist in promoting greater social inclusion throughout the community in Merseyside.

Another objective is to break down the barriers of all disability discrimination through awareness in sport, education and employment to help disabled people to reach their true potential. Daisy Inclusive UK will confront health and fitness issues concerning all disabled and non-disabled people by making them aware of their physical and mental well-being and the growing problem of obesity; to prevent premature coronary heart disease which is particularly relevant to children with a disability.

Founded 2011

  • Mission statement

    “Daisy Inclusive UK aims to promote for the public benefit:- (a) activities that foster understanding of disability; (b) elimination of discrimination on the grounds of disability; (c) education for disabled people and society through support, advice and guidance; (d) social inclusion and integration of disabled people through provision of, and access to, sport and recreation activities; and (e) social inclusion of disabled people through access to employment. ”

  • Aims

    Daisy Inclusive Uk aims to:

    • The primary objective of Daisy Inclusive UK is to promote the importance of disability awareness, inclusion and equal opportunities for disabled and non-disabled people in the community through sport, education and employment by presentations, demonstrations and participation.
    • Another objective is to break down the barriers of all disability discrimination through awareness in sport, education and employment to help disabled people to reach their true potential. Daisy Inclusive UK will confront health and fitness issues concerning all disabled and non-disabled people by making them aware of their physical and mental well-being and the growing problem of obesity; to prevent premature coronary heart disease which is particularly relevant to children with a disability.
    • Another aspect of Daisy Inclusive UK is the development of expansion of current services into commercial and corporate businesses, to raise awareness and to provide training and support in the workplace. Legal requirements, disability discrimination duties and equalities are all areas that commercial and corporate organisations have to deal with. Daisy Inclusive UK can offer a unique and novel approach to managing and training; bespoke to these types of businesses with a proven track record and successful history of delivery.
    • Another objective is to develop and expand activities across the country as the ‘Daisy Chain’; promoting sporting inclusion in schools by offering everyone the opportunity to raise disability awareness and integration through sport, education and employment.
    • Daisy Inclusive UK will also produce and perform disability and visual awareness courses for teachers, the community, business organisations and the general public. These awareness courses will take place at any suitable venue and a thorough and professional insight into the coaching and instruction of young people with a disability in sport, education and employment will be provided.
  • Overview

    Established: February 2011

    Registered Charity Number: 1140148

    Board members: 3

    Full time staff: 4

    Part time staff: 7

    Volunteers: 20

    Phone number: 01512202319

    Address: Brockman Hall 1b Snaefell Avenue Liverpool L13 7HA

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