Our advocacy and advice service, URconnectABLE, supports people with CP and other disabilities, their family and carers. Often people with a physical or learning difficulty feel unconnected to society because they are not able to effectively advocate for their rights.
If you need any support with housing, benefit claims, support planning or any other issues, our Community Officer Barbara Brand can help you.
If you require support please get in touch on the form below.
Are you looking for voluntary or paid work?
Cerebral Palsy Midlands has a long history of providing purposeful and worthwhile volunteer opportunities to many people. We have had people volunteering in many different aspects of our work, from support work, helping with events, to teaching different educational and enrichment activities.
If you would like to have the chance to volunteer with us and gain new skills and meet new people, please get in touch on 0121 427 3182 for more information on our volunteer opportunities or click here to get in touch.
"I started working for CPM voluntarily in January 2012. I was referred from my careers advisor of Pertemps in Harborne. Everyone was helpful and friendly. I always get support if I do make any mistakes. I have helped with the meals and making the toast, the tea and coffee. I feel that volunteering at CPM was beneficial because I met new people and made new friends. I enjoyed helping and working with different people"
Barry Powell – Volunteer