CTRs - what they are and why they matter.

18 October 2019
Out Power Up Officer Ed explains what happens in CTRs and why they are important.

A night out at Nandos!

17 January 2019
Our young people's group enjoyed a night out at Nandos and even got to learn a bit about jobs in the process. Read on to find out more!

30 years on the job!

12 July 2018
​This month My Life My Choice member Steve Mansell is celebrating 30 years of work at the Abingdon Tesco.

Meet the new MLMC Consultants

18 September 2017

We recently advertised for a small number of consultants with learning disabilities.

Staying Safe on the Internet

7 September 2017

Yesterday the Oxford self-advocacy group learnt all about being safe on the internet. This is because our Power Up trainers have joined forces with Thames Valley Police to deliver internet safety training to all of our groups.

Record-breaking pay for people with learning disabilities

3 May 2017

Through projects such as Travel Buddy, Quality Checkers, and Power Up, we provide our learning disabled members with paid work opportunities.

How MLMC is providing jobs for people with learning disabilities

28 December 2016

It’s almost 2017, but despite the proven benefits of having a job, just 6.8% of learning disabled people using social care are in work. (VODG, 2016)

Learning Disability and Permitted Work

22 December 2016

My Life My Choice volunteer, Ria Phillips, spoke to MLMC members on the ESA permitted work scheme to find out the impact it’s had on their lives…

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