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We are individuals. We are family members.

We are support workers.

We are individuals. We are family members. We are support workers.
During the coronavirus pandemic, we have inspired and instigated positive change. We have thrived, provided solutions and sought opportunities to learn. The lockdown has brought highs and lows, which we have celebrated, reflected upon and adapted to with creativity, humour and humility.
Together and individually our voices are powerful.
We want to be heard.
These are our voices.
Videos and Audio
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See and hear what we have to say.

Blogs
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Read about the issues we face.

Artwork
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See how we express ourselves.

Latest Posts

Robin’s Lockdown Diary

Robin is a person who is supported in Milton Keynes. His day service was closed during Lockdown One. He talks about how that made him feel and how it is to be back.

Andy’s Artwork | Certitude

Andy Kee is an artist who works with the Community Development team at Certitude as a peer facilitator. He says, “It’s good to have something that helps you tune out during lockdown, for me that has been my art. I enjoy using Lego figures in my work as it’s fun and humorous, I want people […]

Lockdown: A parents perspective

Julia’s son Max lives at Botton Village. Since lockdown was announced, she has been unable to visit Max. Julia gives a candid account of life throughout lockdown and the ways they have been able to stay connected and in touch.

Co-Production In Lockdown

Louise Taylor who is a Frontline Manager of MacIntyre Lifelong Learning, a day service in Milton Keynes talks about the importance of Co-Production in planning a lockdown V.E Day celebration.

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About Our Voices

We are individuals.

We are family members.

We are support workers.

Together and individually our voices are powerful. We want to be heard.