What is GOALS4LIFE?
GOALS4LIFE stands for Global Online Assisted Learning & Support. Our aim is to create an innovative virtual Information and Communications Technologies teaching and learning environment.
Disabled people have the right to choose how they learn and how technology can enrich their lives. We’re working together with individuals, local authorities, Government, educational establishments and other online learning enterprises to advance education, research and inclusive learning by distance communication activities locally, regionally, nationally and internationally via different forms of video online for children and adults with a variety of disabilities associated with speech, language and communication. We’re advancing the understanding of the public into the social, educational and technological needs of people, young and old, who have disabilites in the UK and worldwide.
Read on to find out more about how we’re doing this.
Great News for Ken Carter, Helen Lansdown & Deborah Flory
GOALS4LIFE, DEAFAX & AACT have become partners with the UNIVERSITY OF READING in a major Leverhulme funded research & development project entitled: Access and Higher Education: Inclusive Online Learning for Deaf Students
GOALS4LIFE is shared with other Educational Enterprises: Deafax, SpecialKidz, SpecialKidz International, Ability2Access, Deaf Sports & Football Foundation, Decibels, Deaf Aspirations, Deaf Aspirations International and EASiTEC.
These Educational Enterprises focus on distance communication/learning activities via different forms of online Video Conferencing for children with deafness and those with speech, language and communication disabilities, their parents and teachers. They will be able to communicate locally, regionally, nationally and internationally.
What do we do?
Our Objects and Powers explain our aims and how we’re going to meet them.
Our aims are to advance education, research and inclusive learning for people of all ages with a variety of disabilities associated with speech, language and communication using online video. We’ll be working with other charities, individuals, local authorities, governments and educational establishments to advance the understanding of the public into the social, educational and technological needs of people with disabilities, and to enable these people to have the right to choose how they learn and how technology can enrich their lives. You can read about our objects and powers on the relevant pages by clicking on the buttons below.Read More about What We Do
Get in touch
If you’re interested in our work, we would love to hear from you!
You can get in touch with us for anything from donation queries to just saying hi. You can contact us by email using our quick Online Contact Form, by post or by phone. Find more information about contacting us on our Contact page.Get in touch