Charter film

Charter film

The National Involvement Network (NIN) wrote the Charter to improve the involvement of people who get support in the things that matter in their lives.

The Charter for Involvement has 12 Statements which describe how people want to be more involved:

  • in the services they get
  • in the organisations that provide their services, and
  • in the wider community.
Hear our voice

Hear our Voice

Members of the National Involvement Network (NIN) talk about what NIN means to them

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Hear our voice conference

Hear Our Voice Conference

The Hear our Voice Conference was planned and led by NIN members and held to celebrate NIN's 10th anniversary

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Still from Involvement in Action video

Involvement in Action

NIN members describe their experience of using a new Talking Mat to help more people use the Charter for Involvement.

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Improving Support

Improving support for the accused person with a learning disability in police custody

Allan Speirs gives his experience of being a man with learning disabilities in a police interview.

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anyone can be a superhero

Anyone can be a superhero

Explores a young man’s experience of leaving school and moving into college.

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Talking mats stories

Talking Mats Stories

How Talking Mats and peer advocacy improve the lives of supported people and help them identify changes they want to make.

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