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Our Projects

Parents Support Group

Come and join us at one of our regular coffee mornings or occasional “brunch.’ These take place at a variety of venues. If you wish to attend, please subscribe to our mailing list or follow us on Facebook to receive details.

Awareness Campaigns

Digital media has taken over how we communicate, and INSAAN has utilised social media to create viral digital campaigns to help combat issues and raise awareness on disability. We also hold regular public events throughout the year and also attend events arranged by others to highlight the areas of disability.

School Liaison Work

We’re constantly collaborating with Special Needs Schools in the Greater Reading area to assist with culturally challenging cases. Where possible, we help facilitate cultural events and sponsor young people along with their carers to attend an Christmas pantomimes.

Renovation Works

We frequently assess centres that need help in transforming their facilities to be Special-Needs-friendly and carry out renovation works on those require essential adaptations.

What people who have worked with us have to say

Rob Wilson MP

“I wasn’t aware that 60% of pupils are from the South Asian community & that’s why I was so pleased that INSAAN supported the event. The singing and dancing was enjoyed by all, with many pupils joining in.”

Rob Wilson MPMember of Parliament (MP) for Reading East
Dame Sue Bourne

“The work that they do is really important for families who struggle to deal with a disabled child and I am particularly pleased to be able to support them in all they do. I was given the opportunity to speak about the relationship The Avenue School has with INSAAN and the fact that it complements our ethos and values and helps us to celebrate and support the vibrant cultural diversity of our small but special community.”

Dame Sue BourneHeadteacher of The Avenue School
Manzoor Hussain

I believe it is a right of every individual to enjoy their full potential and experience life fully. In this aspect INSAAN is a lead organisation engaging the service sector and the wider communty in changing attitudes on disability. In particular, highlighting the needs of Ethnic Minority young people at PCC, we look forward to continuing working with INSAAN.

Manzoor HussainChair of Pakistan Community CentrePCC Website
George Mathew

As a valued and active member of the Reading Advice Forum I would like to congratulate INSAAN on the launch of their new website. On behalf of all the members I wish you all the best for the future.

George MathewReading Advice Network (RAN) Project ManagerRAN Website