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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Marathon places are OPEN - Don't miss your chance!

There are only three places left in the London marathon and two in the Brighton so get those running shoes on and those applications in quickly! Join us and raise money for The Disabilities Trust!
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Service user from Graham Anderson House

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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16 May

Walk the distance – Make a difference

Congratulations to Zoe & Claudette, two Disabilities Trust staff trekked off bright and early from Goodwood Racecourse as part of ‘JustWalk’, a unique charity challenge across the South Downs.

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11 May
service user in the sensory room at Graham Anderson House

BIRT to exhibit at head injury information days

Graham Anderson House is exhibiting at two Head Injury Information days in Glasgow and Edinburgh in May. Dr Brian O’Neill will be presenting: “Can technology help overcome mood problems?” Don't miss it!

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11 May

Tý Aberdafen at Brain Injury Group annual conference

Tý Aberdafen will be exhibiting at the South West Wales Brain Injury Group’s annual conference on May 18th at the Liberty Stadium in Swansea, discussing with delegates how they support adults with a brain injury.

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