We do this through research and evaluation, training, advocacy, and providing creative tools, resources and evidence of what works for people who want to be part of social change making. This has a focus on action at:

• an individual/family level - helping yourself or loved one get a good life, attend local school, find work, be treated fairly etc.; and

• a community/social/political level – working for attitudinal change, policy change, and to shift the dial on structural disabling forces like poverty, unemployment, poor transport, inadequate housing, abuse and violence, exclusion etc.

Imagine Better has been operating since 2001 and is governed and staffed by people with lived experience of disability, family members and our allies. Imagine Better receives no government funding and is not involved in any direct service delivery.