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News & Events

Victory for Victoria House

Disability-Lifestyles-Victoria-House-Bags-of-Help Staff and service users at Victoria House were delighted to be awarded the top grant of £12,000 after their involvement in the Tesco Bags of Help scheme. They will use the money to enhance their garden area.

Shinewater and Tesco team up

Physical-Disabilities-News-122016_(11) Shinewater Court have been benefiting hugely from the Tesco volunteers in Eastbourne. From Christmas tree decorating to 'Bags of Help' to getting service users involved in the FoodShare scheme, they have been a real boost to the centre.

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.

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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

close up of service user Linda at Shinewater Court

Linda moved to Shinewater Court in 1992, and transferred into one of the flats attached to the main unit about five years ago.

Linda's bedroom has been adapted so that she can reach things; she can now take out her clothes and put them away. Linda also has a computer, and took lessons so that she could use the internet.

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