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CISCO Gardening Challenge at Kent House

Students from The Disabilities Trust corporate supporters CISCO, currently on a nine week internship, have been putting their green fingers to use by helping with a gardening challenge at Kent House.


Barrie's Blog 1st August 2014

Our Policy and Campaigns team have been working with divisions across the Trust to formulate an integrated response to the Department of Health’s consultation on the Care Act Regulations and Guidance.


Nick Thatcher embarks on 19forHuw cycle challenge

Loving father, Nick Thatcher and a band of fellow supporting cyclists will embark on an exhilarating and exhausting nine day, 1000 mile cycle challenge this weekend. In memory of Nick's son Huw, who sadly suffered a brain aneurysm and passed away whilst playing in a football match, this incredible fundraising challenge will support the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT).


Topical Stories

Inspiring Independence

The Disabilities Trust's Annual Review for 2012-13 has been published. This year's Annual Review seeks to highlight Independence and underlines our determination to enable all those we support to live their lives as they wish. The stories of achievement are truly inspirational.

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Assistive Technology Appeal

The ability to use assistive technology for communications has been life-changing for some of our service users. A variety of devices have already give individuals a voice and a way to live a more fulfilled, integrated and independent life, with choice. We are therefore launching an appeal to raise money for new assistive technology devices for all of our Disability Lifestyles services in the UK. Our aim is to provide a full range of assistive technology devices, including eye trackers for each of our six Disability Lifestyles services across England. This is a big task, so, we are launching our appeal and you can help us on the road to making a difference.

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