5 ways you can fundraise for United Response

With 2017 well under way, it’s time to start thinking about your goals for the year. Why not fundraise for United Response, and show the world just how much you can raise for a good cause. Here’s 5 things you can do.Read more

‘It keeps me calm’: how art projects are helping people in London

Carole and Pat use their hobbies to keep active and build skills. We find out a little more about what they like making and the benefits of Active Support.Read more

Bringing in the festive season at the Stowmarket Christmas Fayre

Read about our Christmas Fayre in Stowmarket, which enabled people we support to welcome in the festive season among others in the community.Read more

Kayleigh's journey into employment

Watch a clip from the Learning Disability Today conference, on Kayleigh's journey into employment, presented by Kayeigh and her Support Worker Matt.Read more

Christmas Carol Concert starts the festive season

Our annual Christmas Carol Concert at St Peter’s Church on Eaton Square in London got the festive season under way. Read about the evening’s events.Read more

Our Christmas appeal

This year, help us give the gift of communication. Check out our social media to learn how technology helps people with learning disabilities communicate.Read more

What now for social care: The forgotten issue of the Autumn Statement

Social care was conspicuous by its absence from the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement last week. What does this mean for the social care crisis?Read more

Finding work with a learning disability: Kevin & Andrew's story

Only 5.8% of people with learning disabilities are in employment. Read how Kevin and Andrew fought the odds to find jobs at Tesco and Anfield StadiumRead more

Tony takes his message to the heart of Parliament thanks to his local MP

Tony, who is supported by United Response in Chesterfield, had the opportunity to meet his local MP in Parliament. Read more about how he got on.Read more

Today is the day to #TellPhil

Today is the day we start tweeting Chancellor Philip Hammond about the current state of social care in the UK. Please tweet and #TellPhil to properly fund social care.Read more

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