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Led by Nath (a qualified Life Coach), we offer personalised advice to organisations, individuals and families backed by over ten years of personal experience:

Organisations – Nath provides advice to organisations about issues that, otherwise, may be hard to address. This maybe particularly evident in a school setting with young people, therefore he aims to create a relaxed environment in which to discuss such issues. We can also advise on the Equality Act 2010 to ensure that your organisation is fully compliant. In the past, we have worked with major organisations such as Agincare and the SS Great Britain.

Individuals/Families – Nath offers individual independent advice to families with children or young adults who have physical disabilities. Sessions are focused around what the individual or family want to discuss whether it is concerning direct payments or inclusion in schools.

In 2013, Nath began a disability mentoring scheme at the University of The West of England in Bristol for which he offers advice and support to potential students to aid the transition stage and ensure that they are prepared for the best time of their life!

Our Costs…

Our advice services start from £30/hour. To discuss your requirements and receive a tailor-made quote, please contact us.

Areas Covered…

We travel the length and breadth of the UK delivering our services, however, we do ask that travel and accommodation expenses are covered.



Airbnb Access

On a tight budget? All our services can be delivered via Zoom for a lower cost, please feel free to contact us for more information.
Nath came to visit us at our synagogue to help my bid to raise awareness about the importance of including all members of our community in all our activities. His talk was really inspiring and thought-provoking and I've had many positive comments made to me about it. Nath's charm and enthusiasm were remarked upon, and even the very young members who attended said they enjoyed it and were glad they came. There are some entrenched disablist attitudes in society, but hopefully people like Nath will keep working to change that bit by bit. Well done and many thanks Nath!
Claire - Bristol and West Progressive Jewish Congregation

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