Choices and Rights

THE CENTRE FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING

Member of Disability Rights UK

The Centre for Independent Living, covering Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire managed by Choices and Rights Disability Coalition.

The Centre for independent Living (CIL) is a collection of key services for disabled people.

Choices and Rights staff members manage the Information Service, the Direct Payments Support Service, the Access Direct Project and the Disability Equality Training Project.

Choices and Rights is an organisation for disabled people in the Kingston upon Hull and East Riding of Yorkshire area. We are 100% run and controlled by disabled people.

Our main aims are:

  • To promote the independence and inclusion of all disabled people in society
  • To Identify and pro-actively challenge the discrimination faced by disabled people
  • To encourage disabled people to work together to achieve change locally

RECENT NEWS

Exciting new apprenticeship in Hull: applications invited

Disabled person wanted for Modern Apprentice opportunity with Hull City Council, part of Disability Rights UK “I can make it” campaign.
Post: Procurement (social value) modern apprentice
Starting salary £3.30 per hour (current) for applicants of any age
The aim of the post is to learn about the processes involved in procurement and procurement law within a local authority. Learn how procurement can benefit local disabled people’s organisations, their offer and ultimately the job opportunities of disabled people. (more…)