Disability Awareness Into Inclusion

Disability awareness training in the workplace, consulting and event speaking

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I love Esi's honesty, energy and passion for disability inclusion. She also helps everyone in the session with making links to Intersectionality which is important in today's world and workplace.

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The Disability Inclusion ScoreCard

Enabling organisations to take the next steps in their disability inclusion journey.

Think of the scorecard like a quiz: just under 30 very simple to answer questions enabling us to get a picture of where your organisation is in their disability inclusion journey.

Upon completion of the scorecard, you will receive your results and tailored information giving you a clearer picture showing where your organisation is on its journey and steps to take to advance to the next level.


Through disability awareness training in the workplace, Celebrating Disability enables equality and inclusion of Disabled People. Using realistic, actionable and effective strategies, we can support your organisation to develop disability awareness that translates into disability inclusion.

Harnessing a combination of personal experience of disability and professional experience of the public and private sector; your business will be armed with the tools needed to competently engage and recognise Disabled People as valuable business assets who are an intrinsic part of your organisation.
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Disability Awareness In The Workplace That Leads To Inclusion


Do you and your colleagues ask yourselves these questions:

  • What can we do to support our line managers to be confident when supporting disabled people?

  • Why aren't disabled people applying for our roles?

  • When should we ask about disability on a form?

  • How do we develop a disability inclusive culture?

You and your colleagues may be struggling to:
  • Engage and interact with disabled employees and customers
  • Attract, recruit and retain disabled people into your business and teams
  • Understand why disabled people are not signing up or staying at your events
  • Support your disabled employees, colleagues and line managers to be disability allies
Celebrating Disability can support you and your business to:
  • Develop staff confidence to talk to disabled people
  • Design recruitment processes to attract disabled people and support disabled candidates
  • Create accessible and inclusive events that will engage and attract disabled people
  • Enable businesses as usual work processes that encourage inclusion

Attracting, engaging and retaining Disabled People as employees and customers? Then you've come to the right place.   Through event speaking, consultancy and disability awareness training around the key subjects informing disability inclusion, you will harness the wealth of skills, knowledge and experience that emerge when an organisation thinks about disability in the workplace.

Working with private, corporate and not-for-profit organisations to develop disability awareness in the workplace.  Because awareness leads to inclusion.  Celebrating Disability work with a variety of sectors to support the development of many outcomes.

Event Speaking

To raise awareness

awareness training
To implement change
Disability consulting
To develop strategy
Event Speaking

To raise awareness

awareness training
To implement change
Disability consulting
To develop strategy

Ready to Discuss Your Disability Awareness Journey?

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Lewisham Music
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Heathrow
The Social Innovation Partnership
LiveWest
Three

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Ready to discuss the next step in your disability awareness journey?  We'd love to hear from you
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