Disability Rights UK (DRUK), DAA member would like your help. Andy Rickell (DAA Work Project Chair) would encourage you to please take part in this survey. [Read more…] about Contribute to a report on peer support that helps people with employment
Archives for February 2016
You may already know about their guides, but have you heard about their #dontblockthedrop campaign? [Read more…] about DisabledGo campaign #dontblockthedrop
Congratulations to Limbcare, DAA member who have been awarded The Queens Award for Voluntary Services this week (16th February 2016)! [Read more…] about Queens Award For Limbcare (DAA member)
The DAA was pleased to find out that two of our member organisations have linked up to help improve the lives of disabled and terminally ill children and their families. Donna’s Dream House, which provides free holidays for children with life limiting or terminal illness and their families, along with recently bereaved families, has formed a close relationship with Newlife Foundation to help improve the lives of all those who need them. [Read more…] about DAA members form a new partnership!
Wheelpower, DAA member, the British Wheelchair Charity recently launched their ‘Talk About Taking Part’ survey to find out what can be done to help more wheelchair users lead healthy active lives and take part in sport & physical activity. [Read more…] about WheelPower – British Wheelchair Sport launch national survey #TalkAboutTakingPart
The Disability Action Alliance (DAA) is now in its third year of existence and is coming of age! With over 400 members, a track record of tangible outcomes through collaboration and members starting to work together in new and exciting ways, the steering group is now developing a long term strategy for the DAA.
The strategy will both focus on ensuring the long-term sustainability of the DAA and build on natural evolutions in the way that members are engaging with each other. As a starting point the Steering Group is reviewing the DAA’s impact so far and considering how best to build on achievements. This is with the aim of better enabling collaborative working that makes a positive difference to disabled people’s full participation. [Read more…] about The DAA: A coming of age!