Youth Organisations

All of our facilitators have previously volunteered in Scouting and have had/have children in Scouting/guiding. We understand the planning pressures on leaders. We can tailor our workshops and courses to meet badge criteria or to create a session of fun and games around disability equality and awareness.


Duke of Edinburgh Awards – Skills

We have many young people and their parents contacting us regarding learning sign language as a skill for their DofE bronze and silver.  We have a tailored DofE 3 months course (1 hour a week) to ensure they meet the criteria of the awards successfully.  All our 2019  Bronze DofE students successfully completed their awards and we are proud of them.

In previous groups, we have taught.

  • Basic greetings
  • Food and drink
  • Family Members
  • Days and Months

To name a few, we are able to create and build a course to fill any requirements you have.

for more information please contact us using the info below.

My daughter enrolled with invis-Ability for a course so she could complete one of her sections for her DOE.  The staff were amazingly helpful. When we went into the first lockdown the staff at invis-Ability were amazing and worked out a plan so she can still do her full course on Zoom. She has also attended the free sessions of spelling & bingo through the summer holidays.  She’s had lots of fun and really enjoys it. She’s also made some new lovely friends.

Tresha 23rd Nov 2020 via Facebook


Super You, Super Me (suitable for all ages)

Did you know we all have superpowers?  Things that we can do well. It’s sometimes easy to forget our superpowers when we are faced with things, we find difficult.

Super You, Super Me – helps us all to find the superpowers we all possess – kindness, acceptance and understanding – as well as our own unique gifts.  Super You, Super Me is not just about disability equality and awareness it is about understanding we all have similarities and differences and how important it is to celebrate these.

Our Super You Super Me workshop is 2 hours long and can be split into 2 x 1-hour sessions. The workshop comprises of the following topics:

What’s your Superpower? – encouraging young people to look at their skills

Different but Similar – Through simple games and fun discussions we look at similarities and differences and that it’s not just OK to be different – it makes the world go round

Different Ability or Disability? – looking at each person as an individual and not one size fits all mentality,

Deaf Awareness – Finger spelling their names, how to ask for help?  How do Deaf people use phones or call for help? For youth groups their promise is signed.

Visual Impairment Awareness – Find out about Braille and try our Braille machine to write their own names.  Play games with our giant Braille frames. Look at Braille in action.

Deaf/Blind Awareness – How do Deaf/Blind people communicate?

Guide and Assistance Dogs – Different harnesses mean different things. Find out all the different amazing ways animals can help people. What to do when you see an assistance dog?

Physical Impairments – Different ways to move and play.

Our Brain the computer – A gentle introduction to Learning Difficulties and the Autistic Spectrum disorder

Resetting our computers – Understanding the importance of mindfulness and who can help us to reset our computers (mental health awareness).

Here are a few of the badges given by groups with invis-Ability running the Super You, Super me course.

Brownies Languages badge
Cubs Disabilities Badge
Beavers Disability Badge