Fulfilling Potential: a discussion about disabled people and the government
- Office for Disability Issues and Department for Work and Pensions
- Part of:
- Fulfilling Potential: improving the lives of disabled people and Equality
- First published:
- 1 December 2011
This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government
This consultation has concluded
Download the full outcome
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Detail of outcome
This document sets out the principles that will guide the government’s work in supporting disabled people to:
- realise their aspirations
- promote a fair and equal society
- create more inclusive communities
Outcome: audio summary
Outcome: BSL summary
Detail of feedback received
We received 549 written responses in total – 299 from individuals, 63 from groups who held events, and 187 from organisations representing or working with disabled people.
Read the 549 written responses on The National Archives website.
Feedback: audio summary
Feedback: BSL summary
This consultation ran from
How can the government work with disabled people to help them realise their aspirations?
Ref: ISBN 978-1-84947-916-5 PDF, 2.68MB, 46 pages
Ref: ISBN 978-1-78153-604-9 PDF, 1.49MB, 35 pages
The government wants to find practical ways to make a real difference to the lives of disabled people by working directly with them and the organisations that support them. It also seeks views on how it can help change society’s attitudes and behaviour.
Listen to the Fulfilling Potential: discussion audio files
Fulfilling Potential: BSL summary
Office for Disability Issues
7-12 Tothill Street
This contact is available for correspondence regarding the Fulfilling Potential strategy only.
Published: 1 December 2011