Digital Paths to Inclusion helps people to have their say about issues that matter to them

We use Digital Technology to help people get their voices heard

For more information contact Toni Baldwin, Digital Paths to Inclusion Manager on 020 8647 8600

Sutton Mencap’s Digital Paths to Inclusion project is aimed at supporting people with a learning disability and/ or Autism to build digital skills and use online tools to shape and influence the community around them. We want Digital Paths to Inclusion to provide a powerful voice to challenge inequalities in and around the local community, and raise awareness and acceptance of people with a learning disability and their needs.

Digital Paths to Inclusion brings people together to produce digital content which tells their stories explainswhat life is like for people with a learning disability and shows how as a community we can make it so much better. Whether it’s through film, podcasts, or social media, this project supports people to get their voices heard.

There are lots of ways you can get involved. You can put yourself forward to join our steering group to help decide the issues we should cover. You can get in touch to tell us about things that matter to you, which we should cover. Or maybe you would like to take part in one of our stories, taking part in a film or podcast.

If you would like to find out more contact Toni Baldwin, Digital Paths to Inclusion Manager on 020 8647 8600.


Digital Paths to Inclusion is funded by City Bridge Trust, the City of London Corporation’s charitable funder.