Be Safe Stay Safe, led by Leonard Cheshire Disability, helps disabled people in Northern Ireland feel safer in their homes and in their communities.

The project is funded through the Big Lottery Fund's Safe and Well Programme and it is aimed at:

  • Disabled people living in Northern Ireland
  • Families, carers and friends
  • Voluntary, community and statutory organisations
  • Paid staff in a supporting role

Promotional Film

The promotional film below explains what we do, have a look!


Be Safe Stay Safe provides an innovative and interactive training programme, completely free of charge. This training has been developed with disabled people and will develop participants’ awareness of staying safe at home and out‘n’about in the community. More information about our training programme.


Leonard Cheshire Disability work with a wide range of disability organisations, charities and statutory bodies. Our partners include:
  • Mencap
  • Northern Ireland Fire & Rescue Service
  • MindWise
  • Police Service of Northern Ireland
  • Department of Justice NI
  • Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA)

Find out more about the work our partners do on our Partners page.

Leonard Cheshire Disability

Leonard Cheshire Disability supports thousands of disabled people in the UK and works in more than 50 countries. We campaign for change and provide innovative services that give disabled people the opportunity to live life their way.

For more information about Leonard Cheshire Disability, its services and the exciting projects it is involved in, please visit www.lcdisability.org.

Facebook & Twitter

For all the latest news on the project, including updates from staff, volunteers and project beneficiaries, visit our Facebook www.facebook.com/besafestaysafe and Twitter wwww.twitter.com/besafestaysafe pages.

Get Involved!

Contact us at:

Leonard Cheshire Disability
First Floor, Cheshire House
12 Derryvolgie Avenue

Phone: 028 9066 1281