Livability exists to support people with disabilities to live a life that adds up for them. We do this by providing a wide range of services for a wide range of people and abilities – in care, in rehabilitation, education and vocation, wellbeing and much more.
We touch the lives of 12,000 people and directly support over 1,000 people with disabilities, every year. It looks different everywhere – but it all adds up.
During 2020’s coronavirus pandemic, Livability’s stringent health and safety measures meant that vulnerable people with disabilities in our care were extremely well-protected. Pandemic aside, life is often more difficult for someone with disabilities, with barriers ever-present in everyday life that we work to remove – barriers to receiving the appropriate care and support; to being able to access the world around us; to employment; to having opportunities to contribute and participate; and to being valued.
We make certain that our income is spent where it matters – on the people we serve. For every £1 spent, Livability invests 93p in our work, breaking down barriers for people with disabilities by providing personalised care, quality education, specialist rehabilitation and resourcing local community engagement.
The number of people’s lives we’ve impacted.
93p the amount out of every pound we spent in the last year.
The number of disabled people we directly support every year.
Take a look at our 2018-19 annual report for an overview of key achievements this year.
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