Gr8 Support Movement

Video

Keep and eye on the Ordinary Lives for All video section of our new website. We’ll keep making our own short films AND share great films from people around the country! Films will be loaded on a weekly basis. PLEASE use to encourage thinking, discussion and action!

Be Free 2014 THE MOVIE

Paradigm focuses all it’s energy working to ensure good ordinary lives for all, particularly people with learning disabilities. Our Ordinary Life for All Networks inspired us to dump the old style conference and create an experience with a difference. So we dreamt up The Be Free Festival. Have a look at what happened!

Be Free Festival and Beyonce

Whilst we were waiting for people to join us in the Marquee on the last morning of Be Free 2014, on the last morning Phil Constable raised the energy as Beyonce!

The cost of support

In Sept 2014 Ordinary Life Network members spent the day with John O’Brien to figure out how we can all work to grow positive cultures which free rather than bind those receiving support. Creating policies and procedures to free people is part of our ongoing work at Paradigm and the day with John will lead to further action.

100 Voices go to the House of Commons

Some of the 100 Voices speaking out at the about their Transport report at the House of Commons. (Feb 2013)

Sunscreen – Tips for a good ordinary life!

Have a listen lyrics taken from a famous essay — written in 1997 by Mary Schmich, a columnist with the Chicago Tribune — which gives some amazing advice for life, thoroughly recommend everyone to watch this ! enjoy !

NEW DAY (Association for Promoting Inclusion, Croatia)

NEW DAY is a documentary that tells the remarkable story of one Croatian organization’s indomitable efforts to make community living a reality for all people regardless of their ability.

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Jackie Downer, a Paradigm Associate and powerful speaker presents at the launch of the IK Disability History month in 2013.

 

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