What is consultancy work?

Our team of experts by experience work with your organisation to advise or review a project or piece of work, ensuring that it is accessible and appropriate for people with learning disabilities.

We work across the UK to help change the way organisations include people with learning disabilities. Our Consultants are members with learning disabilities and have considerable experience in working with companies to identify areas that need change.

MLMC staff carrying out consultancy work

What we do

We have worked with organisations such as NHS, Oxfordshire County Council and Oxford Academic Health Science Network to enable them to be more inclusive and tailor their approach to learning disabilities to help improve the lives of their patients and clients.

We are changing the way the ‘system’ works one company policy at a time. Our consultants work can be tailored to your organisation’s needs and can include:

  • Helping to write statements.
  • How to guides.
  • Creating additional tools to support changes in policy.
  • Help in writing reports.
  • Attending focus groups to raise issues and voice opinions.
  • Reviewing and advising on training.
  • Encouraging professionals to use the experiences of people with learning disabilities to shape and improve their practice.

What people say about us

“It’s been so valuable to work with My Life My Choice.  The team offer confident, challenging and constructive insights about the way in which health innovation may affect people with learning disabilities.  Involving My Life My Choice in our work has been reassuring, helpful, organised and fun!” – Oxford Academic Health and Science Network

“Working with colleagues at MLMC has been fantastic. The sense of working as a team of people [experts by experience] who are respected for who they are and who are encouraged to bring their skills to the work that we have been doing is really strong.” – Mencap

“The National HOPE(S) NHSE Collaborative commissioned MLMC to support its work to ensure people with lived experience remain central to the delivery of the programme. We are incredibly thankful for their commitment, compassion and creativity in ensuring the voices of the people we serve are heard during meetings and that they are able to support developments.” – Associate Director for National HOPE(S) NHSE Collaborative

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