I imagine a world where parents do not feel isolated and unsupported when their child is diagnosed with additional needs. So I wish every parent had the chance to meet a befriender, another parent who has experience who can support the family.
I imagine a world where there's no more judgement. People can be accepted for who they are.
I would like everyone to be welcome in society. Disabled people should have the same opporunities as able bodied people!
It would be great if everybody could do the things they love, whenever they want to - because everyone deserves to be happy.
I find talking to another parent helps on so many different levels. I don’t feel alone anymore and it’s great to talk to somebody who understands what I’m going through.
It would be great if all employers engaged with us because they share our belief that disabled people can make a valuable contribution to their business.
My aim is to expand my confidence and existing skills to achieve my goal of working for London Transport (buses).
I want to my team, interscope uk, a six aside football team from taunton, somerset, who is repersenting Scope, to raise awarness and money. We won our 2nd match today 13.2. Well done lads!
My twin boys were born prematurely in January 2012. Tragically one of sons was severely brain damaged after becoming sick a week after his birth. After a difficult first year trying to come to terms with everything I am starting to look into what support is available for our family.
I love coming back home and showing my gran my new skills. She always looks surprised! It would be great if everyone had the chance to try something new.
I'd love to be seen as having potential. My disability doesn't stop me from having dreams and ambitions!
I have attended Scope's 'First Impressions, First Experiences'. With the knowledge I have gained I would like to enter and remain in employment - able to support myself and my family.
I imagine a world where equality and inclusion are automatic. Where my wobbles are truly excepted. It would mean that we love each other fully.
It would be great if my son gets a life full of choice and opportunity because he's human too!
Challenges are what make life interesting and overcoming them is what makes life meaningful.
Look at what we CAN do....not just at what we can't.
I would like to get married.
I like to go on holiday. I enjoy going home and visiting my parents. I love going on a plane.
I want to go to the seaside.
I would like to go on a zip wire and a helicopter ride. I would like to go on holiday to Keyna and Barbados. Also I want to go on a car simulator.
I would like to be in the pub. I would like to go to Jersey on holiday.
I would like to go to London. I would like to visit Buckingham Palace.
I want to live in a world without labels. We're all different - get over it!
I imagine a world where everyone can do the things they enjoy regardless of ability or impairment, because the world's an exciting place when you're able to explore it!
It would be great if all taxi companies charged the same prices whether it was an adapted vehicle or not because at the moment adapted taxis are charging half extra. Their reason for this is that it takes time to take out the ramps, strap in the chair and put the ramps away.
I want to help start a choir for parents/carers of disabled children. Music is powerful, it brings people together, because it takes minds off the challenges of life, and energizes and distracts from life's pain. We need to bridge the gap and bring ALL HUMANITY together and music always does that!
I imagine a world where people feel comfortable talking to and being around disabled people. A world where my happy child Maria can be a happy adult.
I love snowboarding and believe there is no greater feeling than being on top of a mountain, looking down. I want everyone to have that opportunity and would like to see more accessibility in extreme sports.
It would be great if everyone volunteered to be a befriender so that everyone had someone there to support them when they need it. Just having someone there with you can make a big difference to your confidence.
I would like your support on a campaign to lower a curb. I have been fighting for weeks on end with my county council. I am trying my up most to change this as it is right near a dual carriageway. The road that wheelchair users have to go along is very busy this could cause an accident.
Sport is becoming more accesible for disabled people and animals have a way of challenging you and bringing out your best. I'd like to see the barriers broken down so that everyone can experience horse riding; an opportunity to grow in confidence and independence!