21 December 2017
30 November 2017
21 March 2018
Hear from Rob about why he's running the London Landmarks half marathon for Mencap
12 March 2018
Hear from Amy, who last month went into Parliament to speak to MPs of the Petitions Committee about cyber bullying and online abuse.
Hear from Jack, who, with his brother Ben, is running this year's London Marathon for Mencap
6 March 2018
Hear from Holly, the Area Administrator in the Hayle Mencap Office, in West Cornwall, on how she celebrated the launch of our new health campaign, Treat me well.
Hear from Youssef, our Campaigns Assistant, who attended the Treat Me Well launch event at the Royal College of Nursing in London. Find out what he has to say about the event; what happened and how he got involved.
27 February 2018
Hear from Jane, whose son James has a learning disability, on why she thinks it is essential that senior medical staff should have mandatory disability awareness training.
Hear from Jane about her experiences with taking her son James to hospital, and her thoughts around disabled people having the right to ask for reasonable adjustments
26 February 2018
Charlotte is running the London Landmarks Half Marathon this March. Hear why she's decided to take on this challenge and raise some money for Mencap
19 February 2018
Hear from Amy, who took part in the 10k race at our Run Hyde Park event in 2017
31 January 2018
Anne has a learning disability and mental health issues. Here, she shares two very different experiences in hospital, where reasonable adjustments were and were not made.
Angus Gavin is the safeguarding adults nurse at University College London Hospital. Here, he shares how training transformed his undertaking of learning disability, and how it's already making a huge difference in his day-to-day work.
Hear from Lorna who took part in Snowdon Trek in 2016 to raise money for Mencap