Paul A Mouzer

Director, bluemouse

Paul is an energetic and passionate person, who prides himself on being an excellent performer and communicator, influencing and delivering to a very high standard.

Born deaf, and then later acquiring visual impairment (Ushers Syndrome), Paul is able to offer both the disability and business perspective, allied to the wide experience he has accumulated during his career spanning the public, private and voluntary sectors.

He is proud to be one of only 20 Associates of the world renowned Employers Forum on Disability (the EFD) and is regularly consulted on disability matters by Cabinet Ministers, Government, Local Government and various media people.

In 1999, Paul made a decision to walk away from his successful Civil Service career to set up his own disability consultancy and 11 years on Blue Mouse Disability now has a national profile that is second to none plus a formidable track-record of accomplishments in the disability arena. 

Paul has achieved a reputation for reducing the complex to simple, he makes people connect and engage with the organisational fit of disability thus empowering them to play their part, no matter how small, towards making society a place where disabled people can be valued and play a full part in.

Quality circles and triangles underpin Paul’s approach to consultancy - the cornerstone to achieving a disability confident organisation, whether it makes money or delivers community services, is to know how to integrate and synergise the flywheel of disability good practice into the day to day running of the organisation.

As a public speaker Paul has built up a reputation for informing and entertaining his audience empowering them to become disability confident and to take ownership. Paul’s witty and challenging presentations enables him to bond with his audience and leaves them wanting more - he simplifies disability & equality, quite simply he gives you confidence.
As a disability comedian, Paul uses disability to underpin his observations and life experiences. He tells hilarious and naughty stories that are true and perhaps not so true. His theatrical use of facial expressions and gestures arise from his fluency in both the spoken word and the signed word, and lends itself enormously to his totally irreverent sense of humour. Paul has a reputation for going in where no one dares to tread but he does it with style and without causing offence - he is challenging yet his charisma and disability allows him license to run riot.

As a disability trainer Paul has assembled a lengthy track-record and pedigree that stretches back 25 years. He is amply qualified as a teacher and has previously been one of the select approved trainers on Disability Equality by the Disability Rights Commission (now absorbed into the Equality & Human Rights Commission).
Paul is also accredited by CACDP (now known as Signature) as a trainer in British Sign Language and a National Examiner in British Sign Language.