The Company's Objects are to promote the following purposes for the public benefit:-
(i) The advancement and promotion of human rights, equality and diversity for disabled people their families, carers, friends and others (hereinafter called “the beneficiaries”).
(ii) The advancement of education by developing and delivering training and educational programmes designed to empower the beneficiaries by increasing their abilities, skills and self-confidence.
(iii) To provide programmes of education, training and vocational training designed to assist the beneficiaries to lead to employment and to prepare the workplace for their inclusion.
(iv) To bring about attitudinal change in relation to the beneficiaries and to enhance their social inclusion and independence by promoting awareness of the issues they face in society through the provision of training, advocacy, information, advice, research and the provision of services.
(v) To promote the relief, welfare and inclusion of the beneficiaries within the community through the provision of specialist equipment, advice and information.
(vi) Such other exclusively charitable purpose according to the law of Northern Ireland as the Trustees may from time to time decide.
- "Disabled people" includes any persons who have a disability. A disability is defined as "a physical or mental impairment which has a substantial and long term adverse effect on the ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities".
-"Human Rights" is defined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and subsequent United Nations conventions and declarations.
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