Our Treat Me Right! team offer training and consultancy to organisations across all sectors on how to support different minds in our communities.
We have a long history of employing people with a learning disability and/or autism in our Treat Me Right! team to provide uniquely different perspectives from a range of lived experience and professional backgrounds.
Whether you’re a business, organisation, community group or project, we can offer you help with the following:
- Focus groups - we can facilitate and deliver focus groups around a range of topics
- Training – bespoke training on a range of topics, including Learning Disability and Autism awareness, communication and reasonable adjustments
- Easy Read Materials – we can produce our own or provide advice on your own
- Sensitivity and common-sense checks of materials
- Consultancy – we can provide advice on how to make your service, business or premises more accessible and user friendly
- Quality Checks - we can provide an assessment of your service, business or premises from a lived experience perspective
- Supported Employment – we can provide advice on how to best support your employees, as well as providing a range of employment opportunities
- Event/Public speaking – we have spoken at several local and national events on a range of topics, including inclusivity, co-production, supported employment and how we work together as a team
Busting myths about living life with a learning disability
This Learning Disability Week 2023, we asked the Treat Me Right! team to share their thoughts on this year’s theme of busting myths about living with a learning disability. Berge and Anne are both members of the Treat Me Right! team who have…
I've got guts and determination
My name in Hebrew means a lady of many talents, which is true because I enjoy doing many things. I can sing, I can do dancing, and I write poetry. And I work with Helen at Certitude for the Treat Me Right! Project.
Treat Me Right! talks with London Fire Brigade
This week, during Learning Disability Week, the Treat Me Right team at Certitude facilitated discussions with London Fire Brigade to help build understanding of the thoughts, feelings, and experiences of people with learning disabilities, autistic people and people with neurodivergent conditions when developing their policies and practices.