Actually I Can: independence and your dreams are possible as a disabled person

Independence is incredibly valuable to everyone, but that is particularly the case if you’re disabled. It can give you confidence, self-belief and a sense of achievement. It can make you feel more included and part of a community. But many disabled people fear this isn’t possible for them. Disability charity Leonard Cheshire wants to show that it is by celebrating the accomplishments of disabled people in securing independence with its new campaign Actually I Can.

Read on to find out more about the campaign, see how other disabled people have got to where they want to be, and what support and services Leonard Cheshire can provide to help you get there too.

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