Information and services Who are we and how to get involved ATLAS is a participation group with an aim to raise our voices on important topics from the perspective of young people. Top 10 must do's Find out more about our list of "Top 10 must do's when working with children and young people with additional needs and disabilities" co-designed with ATLAS. Our blog Find and read our latest blogs, which includes posts from ATLAS community members, who talk about their life experiences. Our podcast - Voices of ATLAS Our ATLAS members have been working hard on creating a podcast to raise awareness on topics that are important to them. Our preferred terminology We aim to increase the use of language that people with additional needs and disabilities use to self-describe and identify in all settings. Personal testimonies Provides an insight into the conversations and testimonies shared during sessions about experiences of ableism, stigma and discrimination. The power of language a case study To help show what disabled people really don't want to hear and to shine a light on the fact that even professionals are still using ableist language. Person-first vs identity-first language Not everyone feels comfortable with the same language being used and we all should make sure the language we use is what the individual is happy with. Using language to create safe spaces Lived experiences, testimonies, and preferred terminology from young people with additional needs and disabilities. How to make board meetings accessible Guide on how to make and ensure board meetings are a safe accessible space for children and young people to be able to actively take part in meetings.