Political and economic concerns have been dominating the headlines, but Parliament will continue to work and United Response is determined to continue to ensure issues relevant to the people we support remain on our politicians' agenda. Read more
Easy News is the first news magazine designed to be accessible for people with learning disabilities, aimed to encourage discussion around news stories and keep readers informed about the world around them. Read the latest issue here. Read more
Make a difference with a cuppa and join us 4tea. Eat cake, drink tea and make a big difference to the lives of people with disabilities and mental health needs. Read more
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United Response launch a best practice DVD competition! Enter to win today!
Join us and our Vice President Steve Rider for the third of our annual golf days partnered with DEBRA. Read more
The RideLondon signup deadline has passed, but why not get in early and register your interest for next year? Read more
Support worker Liz Murdoch has established a Knit and Knatter group in Ipswich after working with United Response for 3 years. Read more
United Response was proud to be this year’s nominated charity of Bath Cricket Club’s annual T20 charity cricket match against Bath Rugby. Read more
BBC News presenter Naga Munchetty recently took part in Tesco Charity Pro-Am Classic; a premier golfing event in Epsom. Read more
National disability charity, United Response, is holding a 4tea event at its office in Teddington on Friday 5th August, in a bid to raise money for the people it supports. Read more
National disability charity responds to publication of Health Select Committee Report into the impact of the spending review on health and social care. Read more
Tim Cooper, CEO of United Response, responds to the ADASS annual budget report published this week. Read more
Nick Thomas, 48, from Reigate, is taking on a 100-mile cycling challenge on 31st July, to raise money for national disability charity, United Response. Read more