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The LUNA Project

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Who We Are...

The LUNA Project is a charity that seeks to support and raise awareness of young people with chronic illnesses, disabilities, and long-term health conditions. We believe a key way to do this is friendship. We want to empower young people with disabilities to talk to their friends and peers about their disability and the ways their friends could support them, and to equip able-bodied young people with the tools to support their peers and friends with disabilities. 


We also push for wider awareness, because we believe that a world which recognises young people with disabilities is the first step in a world that works for young people and disabilities. Hand in hand with this goes providing the right information and tools - both to disabled and able-bodied young people - which can be seen in our work with workshops, resources, and our blog.  


We are a charity run by young people, for young people.

Why not watch this video for a wee 10 minute introduction to who we are, what we do, and what we are proud of! 

A picture of two of our trustees (Beth and Ross) high-fiving

Our resources are written by young people with lived experience, for young people. There are resources on specific conditions, on managing hospital appointments, navigating friendships - the whole range. If you see a gap, something you want a resource on - get in touch! 

Three students standing in front of a whiteboard, working through one of our workshops.

We know just how important the school environment is for young people, and that bit more challenging for young people with disabilities. We have developed some resources to help teachers make classrooms more disability positive, and to introduce disability into lessons. 

An image of the top of The LUNA Project blog page. A group photo of our team is visible along with The LUNA Project logo.

Our blog is a space for young people to write about their experiences, putting a spotlight on the aspects of disability they feel need talking about. Our blog covers topics from independence to intersectionality to IBD. Have a read, and if you feel inspired to write, just get in touch. 

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