We are part of a larger community and work towards improving the quality of life for all people in our community. We engage in person-centred processes and use this direction to build social capital and community living, equally, for ALL people. All living, ambitions and hopes happen in a social context. When we work with people and support them to achieve their own visions we are relying on social capital. We have a strong appreciation for formal and informal networks in our communities. We use the same resources available to all community members and we believe in the power of reciprocal relationships.
English is the working language in WALK. However, where it is required and where funding is provided, we support people through different languages.