Posted On: 21/05/18
Concerned about how you will cope with caring for a loved one? Different types of technology can help you and the person you are caring for in many different ways as explained by Carers UK. Download our guide : Supporting carers with tech
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Posted On: 16/05/18
This May, celebrate braille by going all dotty for a good cause.
Dots Raise Lots is a chance for you to run a fun and easy event that will:
Posted On: 11/05/18
SeeAbility has released new research that suggests thousands of children with learning disabilities in England’s special schools are missing out on vital eye tests and eye care despite being 28 times more likely to have a serious sight problem than other children.
Around 100,000 children attend special schools in England, including the majority of children with severe learning disabilities or autism. Our study indicates that up to half of these children are likely to have a problem...
Posted On: 10/05/18
Drink tea and eat cake. Raise funds. Talk about caring.
Whether you want to Pop the Kettle On in your
workplace, or in your local community, we have a range of resources to help
your organise and promote your tea party. We have recipes, posters, balloons
and collection materials all available to help your Pop go with a bang!! Read...
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Posted On: 02/05/18
The UK Government has announced plans to work with the aviation industry to make air travel easier for disabled people. Ministers are to consider a number of key Trailblazers Up in the Air campaign asks, including space for disabled toilets on aircrafts and priority storage for wheelchairs.
The Government are also considering the ability for wheelchair users to take their wheelchairs onboard the plane and travel in it.
Trailblazers went to the Flying Disabled Symposium last year,...