Vale People First Limited

Vale People First Limited

Charity information

Vale People First Limited

Vale People First puts people with a learning disability first. We do this by:

1. Running groups to let our members share what they think of services.

2. Having projects that give our members a voice in how the services they use run.

3. We work hard to make life fairer for our members

4. Our work helps make sure people with a learning disability are treated with respect.

5. Campaign for equal rights for people with a learning disability to promote a positive image.

Founded 2004

  • Mission statement

    Vale People First is a self advocacy organisation run by people with learning disabilities in the Vale of Glamorgan. We work to educate the community on disability rights and issues. We strive to speak up and be in control of our lives. We run groups and activities to help us to do this. We provide training and information to try and change negative attitudes about disability and diversity. We stand up for our rights to change attitudes, get better services and enjoy more opportunities.

  • Aims

    Vale People First Limited aims to:

    • To speak up and be heard through meetings with local statutory and health boards to make services better for people with learning disabilities.
    • To campaign to change attitudes, get better services and enjoy more opportunities.
    • To employ people with learning disabilities to run and coordinate projects.
    • To educate and train the community on disability rights and issues.
    • To create opportunities for people with learning disabilities to be active citizens within their community and to experience and enjoy a happy life.
  • Overview

    Established: July 2004

    Registered Charity Number: 1124013

    Board members: 10

    Part time staff: 3

    Volunteers: 8

    Phone number: 01446 732926

    Address: Hamilton House CF62 7AL

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  • Hearts First

    To reach out to people with learning disabilities, their families and carers in the Vale o... More