Two young men play video games in a darkened room. They are both sitting at the end of a bed and are engrossed in their game. The young man on the left is quadriplegic and wears a grey and white striped short-sleeved t-shirt and dark trousers. His friend sits on the right side and wears a light pink short-sleeved t-shirt with dark blue jeans and white converse trainers.

Get involved

We want to know what makes you feel like you belong.

We want to know what you think is working for us as disabled people, what needs to change, and what you want to see happen to make a future where We Belong.

The government is in the process of shaping its National Disability Strategy.

There is a short window of opportunity for all disabled people to be heard on the things that matter to us – from small gripes and grumbles to life-changing big issues.
If you have frustrations, tell us.
If you have solutions and bright ideas, tell us.

A woman wearing a light grey blazer makes a presentation to her colleagues. She is writing on a white board and sits in a wheelchair.
We will pull together your comments and present a comprehensive report to the Government. We will also use the findings use the findings to inform our own work on campaigning for better disability rights and services and a more inclusive future for all disabled people, where we truly belong.