25 Years of Speaking Up

Support our 25 Years Appeal to raise vital funds to continue and build on the essential work of the charity. Over the year we are aiming to raise £25,000 from donations and events.

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25 Years of Speaking Up

Support our 25 Years Appeal to raise vital funds to continue and build on the essential work of the charity. Over the year we are aiming to raise £25,000 from donations and events.

Giving people with learning disabilities a voice

Our vision is a world where people with learning disabilities have the same rights, choice and control over their lives as everyone else.

Speak Out has been an independent advocacy charity in Brighton and Hove since 1994. We make sure that people with learning disabilities can speak up and take action about the things that matter to them.

How we can help you

We offer an a range of services, click on one of the buttons below to find out more.

Speak Out History Project

Our History Our Voice is a project documenting and celebrating the history of Speak Out.

For 25 years Speak Out has been providing important advocacy services to people with learning disabilities enabling them to have a voice and speak up about their lives, address challenges they face and take an active part in community life.

News and Events

Learning Disability Voices Network Project Worker – open only to people with learning disabilities

We invite people with learning disabilities to apply for this post. Please take a look at the Cover ...
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A BIG thank you from Speak Out’s Volunteer Coordinator

A few words from Sarah our Volunteer Co-ordinator - As volunteer week comes to an end, I just ...
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Speak Out goes to the Health + Wellbeing Event at the Brighton Open Market

On Saturday, Chris and Jenny were down at the Health and Wellbeing event at the Brighton Open Market ...
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Thumbs Up Scheme

The Thumbs Up scheme aims to improve customer service for people with learning disabilities in Brighton and Hove.

By joining, you could help make a difference to nearly 6000 people with learning disabilities in our city.

To find out more, contact Liz Holmes: [email protected]