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A graphic showing all the characters seen throughout Equal Lives’ marketing materials next to one another. They are an eclectic group; people of every age, gender-expression, and race, some with visible signs of their disability such as wheelchairs, walking sticks, crutches, guide dogs, and limb differences, others with no visible sign of disability.


Stay up to date with Equal Lives and find out the latest here. Have something you want to share? Email us and we may feature you on this page or in our e-bulletin!


Membership News! 

Our Membership services are back! This includes our fortnightly e-bulletin, support for members and the quarterly magazine. We also have some exciting projects planned for 2021! 

Check out our Membership page here to find out more about the benefits of becoming an Equal Lives member!

COVID19 Support Officer

Equal Lives now has a COVID19 Response Officer for 6 months. 

Lisa joins the Development Team and can support Members with COVID19 related queries, as well as offer a 'chat to us' service, for people who want someone to talk to because they are feeling isolated or lonely. 

To speak to Lisa, please email with the title COVID19. 

Shopmobility Norwich

Equal Lives are thrilled to announce we are due to open Shopmobility Norwich!


Check out the new Shopmobility Page here:



Workforce survey for IE's and PA's

Please do take the time to complete these short questionnaires on employing Personal Assistants or being employed as a PA. It gives you the opportunity to share you experience and any issues and concerns you have. Information you share helps shape and improve services.


Skills for Care is the leading source of workforce intelligence for adult social care in England. Good quality information about the workforce is vital in helping to improve the planning and quality of social care services, which will, in turn, improve outcomes for the people who use these services, both now and in the future.


•Survey for people employing personal assistants using direct payments or their own money - individual employers must be aged 18 and over.



•Survey for personal assistants

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