An inclusive society that respects persons with disabilities and where those with disabilities are encouraged to participate, grow and learn, is at the heart of our service.

Respect for the diversity of all citizens is the sign of a healthy civilisation. People with disabilities are themselves slowing changing misconceptions and myths in society which continue to surround disability, and encourage the inclusion of persons with disability in all aspects of life.

Nowhere is this more important than with children. Children are far more accepting than adults, and those who have regular contact with a wide range of children with varying abilities, are more open to including children with disabilities into their circle. Ultimately, teaching inclusion from a young age contributes towards a more inclusive society.