Last week, Vivian (Books and Training Adviser) and Nick (CEO) had the pleasure of meeting with Gladys Kyotungire – a former Miss Uganda and passionate activist for the Ugandans United to End Child Sacrifice campaign.Read More
Katie Carpenter, Book Club Leader and Beyond Words Co-author (Going to Church), was invited to speak at this year's World Down's Syndrome Congress in Glasgow. Here, Katie tells us all about it!Read More
Becky Skipwith, Beyond Words’ Managing Editor, writes that we should be using all the tools at our disposal to support people with learning disabilities to access good quality health care.Read More
Two exciting opportunities have arisen to work with the Beyond Words team. We are currently looking to recruit a Business Development & Projects Manager and a Training & Practice Manager to join our small, but highly committed team, based in Central London.Read More
It’s about being heard and listening, not being ignored and being valued.
It talks about feelings and emotions. People don’t show their feelings enough. If you keep it inside it will all boil up. You can’t be hard as nails.Read More
Four new picture books have been published by independent charitable publisher Beyond Words to help people to think about and explore ideas around work and volunteering.Read More
To mark International Women's Day, Vivian, our Books and Training Adviser, reviews Finding a Safe Place from Abuse.Read More
Stephen Hall will be leaving us this month. We are sorry to see Stephen move on after a busy year as Beyond Words' first CEO. We want to warmly thank him for his commitment to Beyond Words and for bringing it to where we are today. We wish him all the best in his future work.
Nick Wright, currently a Non-Executive Director of Beyond Words, will be stepping in as Chief Executive. Nick is a passionate advocate for the work of Beyond Words and has extensive experience in the publishing of board games and jigsaw puzzles. Please do say hello to Nick and help him to get to know our friends and customers. He can be contacted on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Professor the Baroness Sheila Hollins
On behalf of the Board of Directors.
To mark World Book Day 2018, Baroness Professor Sheila Hollins explains how helping her son understand his world through pictures led to a 57-strong book series designed to help people with learning and communication difficulties.Read More