The Chatterbox Project- for disabled young people
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The Chatterboxes

The Chatterboxes is a youth action project run by disabled young people from Bournemouth, Poole and Dorset aged 11-25 years old, whose aim is to enable young disabled people to have their voice heard, feel safe and engaged in their community and raise awareness of disabilities with the aspiration of having a community which is equal to all.

Did you know? 1 in 5 people in the UK have a Special Educational Need or Disability

The project provides positive art based activities, which focus on disability awareness, anti discrimination and youth action whilst creating a supportive community hub where friendships are formed, confidence and life skills are developed and peer support models are key.

The Chatterbox project also run’s creative disability awareness events, make films, designs easy read information and delivers workshops for organisations and schools where Chatterbox members share their own personal experiences of living with a disability; offering advice and guidance on how to support other disabled young people and organisations to become more disability friendly.

For more information please visit us on social media by clicking on the images below:


Or contact : poppy.sargeaunt@ymcabournemouth.org.uk or 07827848479

Young people within the project create quarterly easy read magazines; which showcase youth talents and passion. Check them out below.

Please click on the images below to view the group’s most recent magazines:



Issue 26Spring 2016

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Spring 2017

Summer 2015autumn online magazine 2015_Page_01

   Autumn 2016
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Summer 2016 summer 2016 magazine_Page_1

Spring 2015
The Chatterboxes newsletter - Spring 2015



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