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Mission Statement

Our Vision & Mission


Our vision is for people with a learning disability or autism to be an equal part of the community, where they are accepted, respected and valued.


To inspire and empower people with learning disabilities or autism to identify aspirations, fulfil their potential and to lead safe, healthy and well-connected lives.

Our Values

Person centred:

We put the people we support at the centre of everything we do.

We do this by:

  • Ensuring all our actions centre on the individual
  • Working together in the planning, development and monitoring of services and care that we provide
  • Using feedback and evaluation to inform future strategy and services


We include the people we support, parents and carers, our staff, the communities we work in and our partners.

 We do this by:

  • Maintaining a truly inclusive culture
  • Ensuring that our services are accessible
  • Involving and consulting with our service users, parents and carers, staff, communities and partners.


We empower individuals to meet their needs and fulfil their aspirations.

We do this by:

  • Providing key information and services
  • Listening and supporting our service users to make informed decisions about their own lives
  • Creating opportunities for progression


We deliver quality outcomes for the people we support and the partners we work with.

We do this by:

  • Focusing on continuous improvement by learning from and sharing experiences and best practise
  • Meeting rigorous quality standards and achieving measurable outcomes in our service
  • Innovating to meet the needs of our service users

Our Objectives

To identify, maintain and grow a range of innovative, inclusive, person-centred services which reflect the aspirations and needs of people with learning disabilities or autism and improve their health, wellbeing, social inclusion and life skills.

To reach out to more people with learning disabilities or autism, whilst achieving outstanding levels of support and service user satisfaction.

To maintain efficient and effective procedures in all areas of the charity to ensure compliance, best practice, sustainability and growth.

To develop proactive and meaningful partnerships with private, public and voluntary sector organisations, who share our ethos and support the national and local learning disability board strategies.

To generate sufficient income to support and expand People in Action’s existing core activities, develop new initiatives and secure its long term, sustainable future; always demonstrating value for money.

To raise the profile of People in Action and communicate effectively with all stakeholders, to secure tangible benefits for the organisation.

To remain a great place to work by nurturing a culture of high performance and positivity.