We are experienced in producing 'easy read' documents, which use simple words supported by pictures to aid understanding, on everything from financial advice to our dedicated accessible newspaper Easy News.
We also create magazines for our families and supporters, and share our expertise with other social care professionals through our best practice resources.
To continue producing many of these resources, however, we rely on your donations:
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
United Response is a leader when it comes to producing 'easy read' documents. Easy read uses plain English and short sentences, paired with images, to explain a topic or statement. This approach makes even complex concepts easier to understand.Read more
Our Transforming Care resources centre on the process of moving people with learning disabilities and autism from long stay institutions to community settings.Read more
At United Response, we believe that all behaviour is a form of communication that can tell us important things about the quality of a person’s life. This comprehensive booklet provides guidance on developing truly effective positive behaviour support plans.Read more
Active support is a way of providing assistance to people that focuses on making sure individuals are engaged and actively participating in all areas of their lives. Our 12-page guide outlines the importance of this approach as part of person centred support.Read more
Our general brochure describes everything we do to help you live the life you choose.Read more
We work closely with family members and advocates so that we can benefit from their knowledge and experience, and provide them with regular updates and a dedicated magazine to keep them in the loop.Read more
Making Money Easier is a brilliant set of free guides that provide basic explanations of all things finance and money related. They are aimed primarily at people with learning disabilities, but are equally useful to those who get lost when faced with banking jargon.Read more
This 20-page guide to working with communities explains how doing so helps create more opportunities for the people we support, as well as making a difference to the lives of others.Read more
This resource helps people with learning disabilities identify if, how and why they are being bullied in easy read format, and offers advice on how to deal with it and who to go to for help.Read more