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Brighton Open Air Theatre (BOAT) has picked Brighton & Hove Speak Out and Rise as their chosen charities of the year. This Sunday there will be a very special performance, LIFEBOAT 2 ‘SING OUT’, with all proceeds going to the two charities – get your tickets now! Come along and hear a massed choral collective made … Read more…

Disability Pride Brighton

Brighton & Hove Speak Out will be attending Brighton’s first ever Disability Pride which is happening on Sunday, 9th July 2017 from 2pm to 7pm in New Road. There will be music, entertainment, singing, dancing, food, a family picnic area with fun for children and information stalls! There will be accessible facilities as well as a changing … Read more…

The Best of Health Event

Speak out will be at The Best of Health event at the King Alfred on Thursday 22nd June from 10am until 3pm. Come along and find out what’s on offer for people with learning disabilities in Brighton and hove. Stop by our stall, have a chat with us and see if you can win a … Read more…

Do you have issues around medication?

Are you someone with a learning disability who has issues around medication and would like to talk to someone about it or perhaps you know someone who would like to have a chat about their medication? If you have any questions, please contact Emma: emmalopez@bhspeakout.org.uk or give us a call on 01273 421921  

Helpful General Election information from People First

People First have produced some information about the 2017 General Election taking place tomorrow, Thursday 8 June, about what each party says it will do if they become elected. There is also a link at the bottom of the document to some informative videos by people with disabilities. Take a look!

Non-Instructed Advocacy Training

At the end of volunteer week on June 7th, in conjunction with SEAP, Speak Out will be delivering Non-Instructed Advocacy training  for Volunteer Advocates.  Non-instructed advocacy is a process used when a person may be unable to communicate their wishes or views in a conventional way or they might be able to articulate what they … Read more…