Talkback gives people self confidence, self esteem and a voice
For and with people with a learning disability
Talkback’s roots are in self advocacy, in building self confidence and self esteem to enable people with a learning disability to build and use the skills that will enhance their quality of life and to be as independent as they can and want to be.
Talkback is about choice, opportunity and respect for all people with a learning disability.
Talkback achieves it aims through supporting people to express a real voice, in choice and decision making and in creating safe and positive learning environments. The core aspects of communication and social development are embedded in all aspects of our work.
Talkback focuses on delivering bespoke activity that encompasses the development of essential life skills through educational, vocational and social learning opportunities.