“From the get-go, it was obvious that Generate take their mission of improving the lives of people with learning disabilities very seriously. They went above and beyond to involve people with learning disabilities in every step of the process. It is this commitment to their core values that makes them stand out from the rest.”

– MHFA England

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We create trainings on Learning Disabilities bespoke to your needs. Our trainings are powerful learning tools that touch people and stay with them.

Trainings are audited and co-delivered by a trainer with a learning disability. They bring their own experience and shed a light on what it is to live with a disability or as a neurodiverse person.

We have delivered trainings to health and social care providers (GP surgeries, midwifes, hospitals …).

For more information or a quote, please get in touch with us.

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If you are interested in making your organisation more accessible, we can help you.

A key element of our consultancy work is auditing and assessment by colleagues with disabilities 7/ or neurodiversity. 

We have worked with NHS England, Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England, St. George’s University Hospital (NHS Foundation Trust) and Wandsworth Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG).

For more information or a quote, please get in touch with us.

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Easy read translation

We are passionate about making health information easy to understand and offer an easy read translation service.

Our research has found that for people with a learning disability the biggest barrier to getting good health care is a lack of easy to understand health information.

We have created information on a range of topics, including leaflets on a variety of health conditions for NHS England and other organisations.

We work closely with colleagues with disability and neurodiverse colleagues who advise on all aspects of the content, layout, accessibility of your information, and then test the final product.

For more information or a quote, please get in touch with us.

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Accessible video content

Communication in  accessible format can also be delivered via films.

To make health information easy to understand, to explain invasive procedures or screening that can be considered frightening, short films are a useful communication tool. Interviews with peers who explain what you can expect in the procedure, the importance of attendance and what happens next are great ways of making health information more accessible.  

We collaborate with colleagues with disability and neurodiversity who advise on all aspects of the content, layout, accessibility of  information and review the final product.

We have created videos on a range of topics for NHS England.

For more information or a quote, please get in touch with us.

Your accessible information on Easy Health

If you have made an easy read resource or a video, please contact us and email us the document or link.

We can promote it on social media and add it to our library.

We will make sure your credentials are visible.

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Easy Health is managed by Generate. Generate is registered in England and Wales under charity number 1069548 at 73 Summerstown, London SW17 0BQ. Most images used on the site are from Photosymbols. Easy Health is a library of accessible information. We share the work of different organisations, but are not responsible for content. Always check information with a qualified health practitioner.
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