Watch our films
What does ‘Livability’ mean to you?
What is the Christian Ethos of Livability?
What does it mean to work at Livability?
At Livability, we believe drawing people and resources together makes a community thrive. We asked our staff, supporters and friends how being part of the Livability community is enabling people to live full and flourishing lives.
Livability and Morgan Lovell – creating a fully accessible national office
After nearly 20 years, Livability has moved its national office team from old premises in Shoreditch, to a new office space on the Greenwich Peninsula. Livability tasked the building team of Morgan Lovell – the UK’s leading office interior design, fit out and refurbishment specialist – with creating a working space optimised for collaboration, inclusion and accessibility.
The work we do
Friendship Really Matters – help us connect people with their community
People’s lives and wellbeing do better when they enjoy positive relationships. In our new film, some of the people that use our services share why friendship really matters to them.
Share Your story – everyone is unique and their story is valuable
Sharing stories is a powerful way in which people can develop connections and express needs and aspirations. In this film, the people that live at Livability Bradbury Court, give their views in a Share Your Story workshop.
What barriers to the community do people face?
It’s not the disabled person that makes a person disabled, it’s the barriers society puts up. We want to tackle these head on.
Why is community so important?
Life isn’t just about health and security; it’s about relationships, who you are and knowing you have a role in society. Watch our film about why community is so important.
Livability Holton Lee – celebrating the Flourish wellbeing project
A film made by the people who take part in Flourish – looking at the difference the project makes and what’s to come in the future.
Livability International – the importance of tackling disability and building community overseas
For 20 years the Livability International team have been providing disability and community engagement consultancy to a range of spinal cord injury rehabilitation projects in the UK and overseas. Assistant Director Stephen Muldoon explains what why our overseas work is so important.
Lifestyle Choices – Livability’s role in the changing landscape of health and care
Introduced by national newsreader Natasha Kaplinsky, Communities of Care’ is a three-part series, looking at how the NHS is meeting the challenge of tightened budgets, rising costs and stretched resources.