United Response campaigns on issues that are affecting the lives of the people we support. 

Find out about United Response’s current campaigns and how you can help us ensure that people with disabilities and mental health needs receive the best possible care and are recognised as equal participants in society.

Disability hate crime

Our disability hate crime campaign aims to help victims recognise the signs of a hate crime and empower them to report it. We also aim to raise awareness of the rise in the number of incidents.

Read more about disability hate crime

Public attitudes

Our Am I Your Problem? campaign aims to challenge the indifference, hidden discrimination and sometimes outright hostility faced by people with a learning disability or autism.

Read more about Am I Your Problem?

The better funding of social care

Social care is a vital part of daily life for tens of thousands of people with disabilities and mental health needs. United Response is campaigning to ensure that it is properly funded.

Read more about the better funding of social care

Every Vote Counts

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.

Find out about Every Vote Counts

Postcards from the Edges

If you, or someone you know, relies on social care to live their daily lives, then why not take part in our Postcards from Edges campaign and help show us why social care is important and needs to be sufficiently funded?

Find out more about Postcards

Making information accessible

United Response is campaigning for information covering all aspects of everyday life to be made easier to understand and therefore more accessible to people with learning disabilities. We believe that this is vital if people are to have a choice about how they live their lives.

Read about making information accessible

Better support for people with complex needs

United Response believes that people with learning disabilities should have access to high quality care, close to family and friends. At present this is not the case for many people with complex needs. We are campaigning to change this.

Read more about better support for people with complex needs