There’s a Wolf At My Door is a safe space for those with wolves (Disability*) to belong.
- We recognise the highs a lows of living with a wolf.
- We are an honest space in which we talk about what barriers we face and how we campaign for change
- We talk about our strengths and celebrate resilience
- We honour our wolves and understand that they may make us different, and different is a beautiful thing
- We share our expertise in slow intentional living and creativity
*There’s A Wolf At My Door classes ‘Disability’ as the Social Model approach: it focuses on the disabling barriers imposed by society, embraces all physical, sensory and invisible impairments, learning disability, mental health, neurodivergent and fatigue conditions.