Empower You is where it all began…

Find out how our award winning, nationally recognised, Empower You approach can help your community support disabled people to lead healthy, active lives.

Empower you

Community Outreach

All that we do aims to make the people and places around us work better with and for disabled people while supporting disabled people to do the things they want to do in life.
Our best example of this is our Empower You Community Outreach service, supporting you to do what you want by:
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Meet with you and find out your interests

First, we meet, get to know you, find out what you're interested in and find activities in your local community.

See our brochure
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It works for you

We make any changes to the activity to make sure it works for you.

Make a referral
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Connect with others

We connect you to other people interested in the same things.

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For as long as you need

We support you to access the things that you like for as long as you need.

Contact Us

Empower Consultancy

Do you have an idea or need help in supporting disabled people to lead healthy, active lives? If so we’d love to hear from you.
Take a look at work we have been, and are currently, involved with to give you an idea of what we can do:
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Access Salford

Access Salford is a collective of local disabled people, with various access needs and experiences, coming together to help make their locality work better for disabled people.

Read more at the link below:

Access Salford
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GM Moving

We recently worked with GM Moving to help them make their active workplace guidance inclusive for disabled people. We thought we’d share some of our learning so that it could be useful to support others.

Read more at the link below:

Helping GM Moving
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Accessible Walks in Bury

Walking can often be as inaccesible as any other activity for disabled people.

We recently worked with Bury Leisure to help with getting more disabled people walking and moving in the borough.

Read more at the link below:

Helping Bury
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Helping MCRActive to produce more accessible surveys

We have worked with MCRActive to help them make their survey as accessible and engaging as possible for disabled people, and I thought It’d be useful to share a few tips with others on this topic.

Read more at the link below:

Accessible surveys