CEDA is an independent registered charity and not-for-profit company limited by guarantee which provides learning and social opportunities to disabled people in Devon. The organisation’s work is overseen by a management committee of trustees comprised of individuals with different areas of interest and expertise, including knowledge and experience of disability and/or voluntary sector practice and with a broad range of management skills.
The CEDA team are hard working, committed and knowledgeable in their field; many have worked at CEDA for a long time. The staff are positive and highly motivated, making CEDA the leading organisation it is today.
The day-to-day running is overseen by Renata Colley and Diana Cole who job share the role of Director, who, between them, have worked at CEDA for over 30 years.
The management team co-ordinate and run the different services CEDA has to offer:
Renata Colley & Diana Cole - Co-Directors
Craig Bowden- Partnership and Marketing Manager
Sarah Kingdon- Quality Manager
Sarah Curtis- Adult Services Manager
Jenna Atkins- Adult Services Manager
Nick Cranston- Youth Service Manager
CEDA also employs a team of enablers to work with our adult members and a team of playleaders and playworkers to work with the children and young people who attend the various children's clubs.
CEDA is committed to developing the staff and actively supports the whole team to access as many training opportunities as possible. CEDA is also an equal opportunities employer.
CEDA operate many services to offer as many opportunities to our users as possible.
CEDA Adult Services
Learning and social opportunities for disabled adults. This service operates Monday- Friday for 51 weeks of the year.
1-1 enabling, short breaks and 1-1 learning. This service operates 7 days a week all year round, as and when you need us.
Person centred planning, multimedia advocacy and social development. This service operate mainly Monday- Friday as and when you need support.
CEDA Youth Services
Fun, play and social opportunities for children and young people aged 5 and up (must be in year 1, due to our Ofsted registration). This service operates through out of school hours, after school club, Saturday club and through all school holidays.
CEDA Bis-net is a network and support service for parents and professionals looking at different behaviours and associated disabilities.
Other CEDA Services
Arts and Music
Disability arts of all mediums, accessible music and promotion or the arts. This service is interlinked through all other CEDA services.
Access All Aerials Radio
Breaking Broadcasting Boundaries, broadcasing live and recorded radio shows by disabled people 24/7.
Read CEDA's latest annual report by clicking the image below.