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Challenging perceptions and changing attitudes

Our interactive workshops, delivered by presenters who live with a disability, help to change attitudes towards people with disabilities and those who are different.

Our workshops

Disability and difference for primary schools

A workshop created and delivered by disabled adults introducing primary school pupils to disability and difference.

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Disability and difference for secondary schools

A workshop created and delivered by disabled adults to positively promote disability and difference to secondary school pupils.

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Disability and difference in the workplace

Our workplace workshop packages are bespoke to each organisation and aim to ensure they feel supported and confident enough to work with disabled people.

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5,866

Workshops delivered

186,000

Children reached

11,700

Adults reached

Testimonials

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Why we started

Conceived in 2006 and launched in 2008 by its founder, Toby Hewson (a young man with cerebral palsy), JustDifferent was formed to make a positive difference to the lives of both disabled and non disabled people. JustDifferent employs a team of disabled workshop presenters who have created and delivered disability and difference workshops in to mainstream schools since 2008. In 2018 we expanded our offer to include workplace workshops available to businesses.

Talk to us today about changing people's attitudes towards disability

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Support our work

Financial support is vital in allowing us to recruit workshop presenters with disabilities across the UK. Without them we cannot expand our reach and deliver more workshops in schools and businesses.

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