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Autism Awareness Week

30 March 2020

This week marks World Autism Awareness Week, and gives us an opportunity to highlight the ways in which we are adapting our services to ensure that people with autism can still get the best from life.

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#Clapforcarers

27 March 2020

A message from Irene Sobowale our Chief Executive

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Clap For Carers Event

26 March 2020

Tonight at 8pm we will be clapping for carers working on the front line.

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#Frommywindowtoyours

26 March 2020

Residents have been working with staff on a powerful message to their loved ones called #frommywindowtoyours.

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Coronavirus Update: Services

25 March 2020

Here are the latest precautions we are taking to minimise the risk of infection at our services.

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Coronavirus Update

20 March 2020

A message from our Chief Executive on the measures we have taken with coronavirus.

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The Disabilities Trust continues to lead the way with gender pay gap

18 February 2020

The Disabilities Trust continues to maintain minimal gender pay gap for the year ending April 2019.

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Artlink Hull Exhibition

04 December 2019

Service users from Victoria House participate and showcase their Artwork at the Artlink creative connections: Exhibition.

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Science Museum: Roads to Recovery participation project

29 November 2019

BIRT and the Science Museum collaborated on the Roads to Recovery participation project which is on display at the new Science Museum’s medicine galleries.

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The impact of brain injury and domestic abuse: A further analysis

18 November 2019

On 19th November, The Disabilities Trust are hosting an expert roundtable, following our recent findings of the link between traumatic brain injury (TBI), domestic abuse and female offending, with the aim of ensuring all women with TBI are better supported.

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