Many of the people we support at The Disabilities Trust have had their lives transformed by assistive technology and are able to live more independently, maximise their ability to make choices and communicate with others. Disabled people in the wider community can visit our ConnectAbility Hub in East Sussex, where they can try assistive communications technology - free of charge - to see what would help them and to get advice. Watch the video to find out more:

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#SpiritofLondon: Raising Awareness for The Disabilities Trust

Leigh Sanders has been putting in a gruelling effort to fundraise and raise awareness for The Disabilities Trust, despite a turbulent few months filled with highs and lows.
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Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust releases Outcome Report 2017

The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT) is proud to be one of the very few specialist brain injury providers which publishes its outcomes and we have now released our latest Outcome Report 2017.
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20 April
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Leigh tackles two marathons in two weeks

After running a pre-marathon less than a week before the big day, Leigh is tackling the London Marathon on Sunday to fundraise for the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust.

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19 April
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Staff achievements at annual awards ceremony

BIRT’s York House team have celebrated staff achievements at their annual awards ceremony. Service users, Staff and guests were there to congratulate all the recipients.

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16 April
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Dignity in Care Award Short listings for Kent House

Two members of staff from Kent House, in Aylsebury, were recently nominated for the Dignity Awards for the fantastic work that they have done with two service users.

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