DSC Community Clubs are fun, accessible clubs that provide Paralympic and multi-sports for disabled people aged 11 and over.
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The National Brokerage Network is running an Accredited Support Brokerage training course in London
Training in London in Oct/Nov. This course can be undertaken with or without formal accreditation (by OCN Credit 4 Learning). Please see attached for further information.
Discounts and/or bursaries may be available for disabled people, carers and self-funders who are eligible.
The training is also the gateway to membership of the London Brokerage Network, the first voluntary professional association for Brokers in the UK. www.londonbrokeragenetwork.com
The course will be held at Outward, Bow, London E3, near Mile End.
The Win Win Alliance is working on a project about coming out of Assessment and Treatment Units (inpatient hospitals) and moving back into the community.
We would like to hear about experiences of people with learning disabilities to see how this can be done in the best way.
Please can you share this questionnaire with any members of your group who have experienced Assessment and Treatment Units and ask if they will share their experiences?
This information will help us find out what works well and what can be improved. It is very important to hear people’s views because our findings will be used in Transforming Care with the Department of Health.
If you would like more information you can speak to Claire or Sarah at CHANGE on: 0113 2426619
Or email us on:
Please return any completed questionnaires by 31st October 2016. You can post them or email them back to us. If you would like paper copies, let us know and we will send them over.
https://seatplan.com features user-friendly access guides for London’s most popular theatres, including unique interactive maps to show patrons exactly where they will be sitting in each venue and what the view is like. Please see an example guide here:
To help people with disabilities travel more easily between EU countries, the EU is developing a system of mutual recognition based on an EU Disability Card.
Currently, there is no mutual recognition of disability status between EU Member States: this makes things difficult for persons with disabilities travelling to other EU countries.
A pilot was launched in February 2016, and will kick-start the Card in a first group of eight EU countries: