In the lead up to the RideLondon registration deadline, we talk to Team Breakfast Bike to see how they're getting on. Read more
We are stepping up our Every Vote Counts campaign to make information about the EU referendum and the voting process easier to understand for the 1.5 million adults in the UK who have a learning disability. Read more
The national disability charity, United Response, has published an easy read summary covering the forthcoming EU Referendum: helping people with learning disabilities to get informed. Read more
United Response believes that everyone should have the opportunity to take up their legal right to vote. Many people with learning disabilities are not using that right.
Learning Disability Voices has launched its Care Crisis Manifesto. Read the manifesto in full here.
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Kick into gear! Help United Response raise much-needed funds by joining our team in ultimate cycling challenge - the RideLondon-Surrey 100. Register for a charity place in 2016!
Join 39,000 runners in the world's most iconic marathon event! Take part for United Response to improve the lives of people with learning disabilities, physical disabilities and mental health needs. Read more
United Response launch a best practice DVD competition giving you the chance to win a bumper suite of training resources. Enter today! Read more
United Response iMaginE…Creative Hubs in Cornwall are weekly creative lead sessions providing stimulating and engaging activities designed to promote friendships, increased self-confidence, independence and improved health and well-being for those with memory concerns and cognitive impairment. Read more
Download the latest issue here. Read more
With the 5th May Local and Mayoral Elections less than a month away and the EU Referendum vote taking place on 23rd June, we are once again delivering the tools to ensure that people with learning disabilities use their right to vote. Read more
A trustee of United Response, a national disability charity, is running the London Marathon on 24 April to raise funds for the cause he is passionate about – supporting people with learning disabilities, physical disabilities and mental health needs. Read more