Conscious Being

Disability impacts 1 in 5 people globally. Disability is a complex, deep, and broad lived experience that is often misunderstood and under-represented. Elizabeth Wright knows this because of her own lived experience with limb difference. An activist, speaker and consultant, Elizabeth believes that education is the key to creating a more inclusive, accessible and welcoming world for all disabled people.

Through the use of story in her writing, workshops, resources and speaking, Elizabeth takes her audience on challenging and insightful journeys. Through consultation Elizabeth supports schools/businesses/organisations to address their structures and cultures to make sure that they understand what inclusion looks like for disabled people that they may engage with every single day, i.e., employees, clients, customers, and students. Elizabeth believes it is possible to make every space and organisation disability friendly, and she wants to help you achieve this.

How can you work with Elizabeth to make a positive impact on disability at your organisation? Book her to speak at your next event. Book her to deliver her series of “What is Disability?” “Issues Disabled People Face” and “Be a Better Disability Ally” workshops. Book an initial consultation call to discuss what needs you have and to discover how she can make your organisation a place and space that all disabled people would want to be a part of.

Elizabeth is also editor of Conscious Being publication on Medium. It is a publication that promotes disabled women’s voices and pays disabled women writers to contribute. You can support Conscious Being paying their writers through Patreon. Elizabeth is also editor of Disability Review Magazine.

Elizabeth is a Paralympic medalist. In more recent years she has become a global inspirational speaker on disability, character, and resilience, culminating in her TEDx talk – Emily SENDs Her Love.

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