Delivering comprehensive, person-centred, and expert services nationwide.
Welcome to The Inclusivity Group LTD!
We are a company committed to providing inclusive and person-centred services to deaf, disabled and elderly individuals and the services that support them.
Our journey began in 2019 when Complete Communication was formed by two directors, determined to offer the best support possible. Despite starting during a pandemic, we thrived and expanded nationwide. In 2023, we proudly joined forces with Complete Independence and Complete Training to form The Inclusivity Group, enabling us to offer a comprehensive wrap-around service to our clients.
Our vision is to enable and empower people to be able to engage, interact and feel valued by society.
Our mission is to ensure everyone can be equal and active members of their community.
Meet the Founders!
Rhiannon is a Finance Director and our Head of Notetaking at The Inclusivity Group. She is a qualified Electronic as well as Manual Notetaker, and Theatre Captioner.
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She has extensive experience in working with deaf, disabled and visually impaired students and professionals to enable them to engage in meetings, education and work environments.
Rhiannon is known for her amazing school cake recipe, which the team constantly request but rarely receives.
Rhiannon is beginning an exciting new journey this year, taking on a university degree in Filmmaking.
Daryl is a qualified BSL/English interpreter (RSLI), Lipspeaker, Electronic notetaker, Theatre Captioner, Professional supervisor and a BSc (Hons) Psychology graduate (First class).
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Along with the management team, he is responsible for ensuring that our clients receive the high-quality service they have come to expect.
He’s registered with the National Register of Communication Professionals working with Deaf and Deafblind People (NRCPD: 1016523) and has been working with the deaf community since 2009 and became a fully qualified BSL/English Interpreter in 2015. Before working as a BSL/English Interpreter, Daryl worked as an Assistant Psychologist for the National Deaf CAMHS.
Daryl is often found working on numerous projects simultaneously and is rarely seen sitting still.
Daryl has professional memberships with:
Visual Language Professionals (VLP) – 0545
The National Union of British Sign Language Interpreters (NUBSLI)
National Register of Communication Professionals working with Deaf and Deafblind People (NRCPD) – 1016523
The Association of Notetaking professionals
The Association of Lipspeakers
Daryl is also currently completing his master’s in Senior Leadership and Management.
Complete Communication are specialists in Communication Support, Disabled Student Allowance, Access-To-Work support, Theatre and Performance Interpreting, Captioning, Translation services, and more.
At Complete Independence, we provide personalised support services to the deaf, disabled, and elderly individuals. Our passion for fostering fulfilling lives drives our unwavering dedication.
Sectors we are Active Within
We offer a wide range of education-based services to support deaf and disabled people to remove barriers to learning and develop knowledge.
Our outstanding training and e-learning platform and our specialist non-medical helper service come together to enrich communities.
We aim to support individuals’ journey into employment, work with organisations to transform their workplace culture, and empower individuals to develop and grow.
Our outstanding training and e-learning platform, wrap-around Access-To-Work support provision and consultative services all come together to make a real difference in anyone’s workplace.
We believe that everyone should be able to be part of a community of their choosing, from the locality, education, workplace, or even personal interests.
Our diverse community-based services enable people to be part of their community with confidence and support to enrich lives and develop independence.
Here at The Inclusivity Group everyone is immensely passionate about access to the arts, from theatre to festivals, museum talks, to open-air events.
We work closely with our partners and service providers to develop their inclusivity and overall access provision, enriching and enabling the deaf and disabled community to be involved in cultural and entertainment events. From our BSL Interpreted events, captioning provision, access training and consultancy, we can make any event accessible to all.