Building circles of support for people

so that they have a good life even after their parents are no longer here to stand up for them

Building circles of support for people

so that their families have peace of mind about the future

Building circles of support for people

so that they are empowered to realise their aspirations and contribute to their community

Building circles of support for people

so that they form intentional friendships that broaden and enrich their lives

Building circles of support for people

so that they develop stronger links in the wider community

Building circles of support for people

so that they are as fulfilled and happy as they can be

01989 555006

Safety

We all want the people we care about to be happy and safe. What does this mean in practice for ACSYL? We like the way Ted Kuntz expresses it: "safety and security is dependent upon the number of relationships a person has. The more relationships, the safer they are. The fewer relationships, the more vulnerable they are."

The father of a profoundly disabled son, Ted joined PLAN (Planned Lifetime Advocacy Network) in Canada in the 1990s and is currently Chair of its Board of Directors.

ACSYL's entire journey has been inspired by PLAN's vision of caring relationships as the key to safety, security and a good life.