Listening Partnership

The Listening Partnership is a group of young people in Bristol with special educational needs or disabilities aged 13-19 years old, or up to age 25 with learning difficulties.

The goal of The Listening Partnership is to improve the lives of young people with special educational needs and disabilities. 

Our Goals

  • More accessible and affordable transport to help us travel around the city
  • A clear and supported route to independent living
  • More work based training for people with additional needs that lead to employment opportunities

New members are always welcome so please join us if you would like to be a part of this movement and help to improve the services offered to young people with special educational needs and disabilities.

Where?

Every Monday from 7pm to 9pm at the station to learn about our rights, find out what issues are important to us and get the people who make services for us to listen.

If you want to find out more come along or call us on 0117 947 9911. 

The Station, Silver Street, BS1 2AG, Bristol. 

In partnership with Bristol City Council. 
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Services & Support >

Our support and information is for anyone in Bristol and the surrounding areas that identifies as being a disabled person.

Calendar

Calendar

17 Dec
18 Dec
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    Youth group open to young disabled people in…

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