About Us

Who are we?

Purple Reach is in Norfolk based disability consultancy. We are here to help businesses and Community organisations better understand their customers with disabilities.

 

What we do?

Using almost 30 years of lived experience of disability, we are here to work with you to offer support and guidance through a range of services that include:

Why is this important?

At Purple Reach we believe in the social model of disability and it guides everything we do.

Did you know that 20% of the population of the UK has a disability. This equates to over 11 million people.

The annual spending power of the purple pound (people with disabilities) equates to £212 billion per annum. Three quarters of customers with disabilities walk away due to an organisation’s lack of understanding of disability. It is estimated that businesses lose a potential £1.8 billion per month.

 

The Social Model of Disability

The Social Model believes that people are not disabled by their disability, health condition or impairment; but indeed, they are actually disabled by the attitudes and barriers that wider society places upon them. The social model movement seeks to remove these barriers.

Who are we?

Purple Reach is in Norfolk based disability consultancy. We are here to help businesses and Community organisations better understand their customers with disabilities.

What we do?

Using almost 30 years of lived experience of disability, we are here to work with you to offer support and guidance through a range of services that include:

Why is this important?

At Purple Reach we believe in the social model of disability and it guides everything we do.

Did you know that 20% of the population of the UK has a disability. This equates to over 11 million people.

The annual spending power of the purple pound (people with disabilities) equates to £212 billion per annum. Three quarters of customers with disabilities walk away due to an organisation’s lack of understanding of disability. It is estimated that businesses lose a potential £1.8 billion per month.

The Social Model of Disability

The Social Model believes that people are not disabled by their disability, health condition or impairment; but indeed, they are actually disabled by the attitudes and barriers that wider society places upon them. The social model movement seeks to remove these barriers.

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