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News & Events

Stephen's pretty poppies for Remembrance Day

Disability-Lifestyles-Shinewater-Court-Poppies Stephen, a service user from Shinewater Court, has been making pretty ceramic poppies to raise money for The British Legion, in honour of Remembrance Day.

Vote for Victoria House

Disability-Lifestyles-Victoria-House-Bags-of-Help Victoria House need your votes to help them reach their target of a £12,000 grant from the Tesco Bags of Help initiative running across stores located across Hull.

Support for Shinewater Court

exterior view of Shinewater Court's gardens Shinewater Court have been shortlisted for the Tesco Bags of Help initiative and need your support to help achieve their target of receiving the top grant of £12,000.

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Part of The Disabilities Trust, Disability Lifestyles provides specialist services for physically disabled people with complex and high dependency needs. We have 30 years’ experience in tailoring quality support packages for individuals, to enhance their independence and deliver cost effective outcomes in a person-centred environment.

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Case studies

Service user Angela in lounge area at Shinewater Court

Angela Woodhams thought she would never cook a meal again after being paralysed down her left side, but staying in our assisted flat at Shinewater Court in Eastbourne completely changed her mind.

The flat is packed with the latest assistive devices for people with disabilities. Working with occupational therapists, Angela tried out lots of different equipment specially designed for people with disabilities to see what worked best for her.

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