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BILD Jun 6
Sheila Hollins: ‘People with learning disabilities must be put at the centre of their care’ - excellent article about putting the person at the centre of how we communicate and work alongside.
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UK Care Guide Jun 7
Do you or a loved one live with ? If so, we've produced a 10K word article that shares 51 great tips to help with daily life. We cover topics from maintaining mental health, wellbeing & legal and financial affairs. A must read.
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Aveso May 14
Not long left to for your favourite toilets in the People's Choice Changing Places ! Let's congratulate the amazing facilities who have a fully toilet and encourage other venues to get ! Vote here>>>
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Aveso May 15
The closes on 21st July, don't miss out on the chance to have your say...
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Changing Places May 12
We are delighted to announce that the consultation to make toilets mandatory in all new, large public buildings in England is now LIVE. You can take part here > THANK YOU to all campaigners for making this a reality!
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Euan's Guide Apr 29
The have launched a new webpage with guidance to help improve the experiences of disabled children, young people, and their families.
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Euan's Guide Apr 3
Hi , since featuring our free lifesaving on yesterday’s show we’ve had requests for over 3000! That’s 3000+ accessible toilets that are going to be safer! Please could you share this link so people can order theirs? Thank you!
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Jeremy Vine Apr 5
Replying to @EuansGuide
Delighted to hear this — will stop people “tidying” alarm cords in disabled toilets in such a way as to make them unreachable for a person who falls
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Disabled Access Day Apr 4
We want to hear from you! The survey is running until the end of this week. What did you like? What didn't you like? Let us know and help make even better!
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Disabled Access Day Apr 2
It's great to see so many people joined in! Events like this are exactly what Disabled is all about.
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Disabled Access Day Apr 2
That's fantastic news! You did an amazing job bringing to Eastbourne by bringing so many people together. Thank you for all your hard work and we're looking forward to 2021!
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Euan's Guide Apr 2
Hi We offer which help explain the reason for life-saving Red Cords in accessible toilets.
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Eastbourne Access Group Apr 2
Great early feedback from The Beacon Centre indicates that Disabled Access Day delivered growth in footfall and an uplift in sales. Very positive feedback from retailers.
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Anna Nelson Apr 2
Young boy on the tube looking at the tube map and asking his mum about the wheelchair user symbols. She’s been explaining they are the step free stations. He spent a minute or so looking at it and then said but what if you want to go to all the other places without the symbol?
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Paul J Ralph, FRSA Apr 2
After Disabled Have Your Say ... let us know how you got on - we have two surveys: one for individuals and one for event hosts Your feedback will help us to plan for 2021 - Thanks
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The Real Food Cafe Apr 1
Interesting meeting today with Fiona from re possibility of getting a toilet for Tyndrum. We will be approaching + our local community for support + advice
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Disabled Access Day Apr 2
We're really excited to be publishing the first of several blog articles from people who took part in Disabled Take a look at Zoe's blog here:
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St Andrews Beach Wheelchairs Mar 25
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Eastbourne Access Group Mar 31
Eastbourne needs venues to enroll with Euans Guide. We then need visitors to honestly write a review about their access and service experience.
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Dean Frank Reynolds  ☠️♿ Apr 1
Discover The History of the North East - Euan's Guide via I published my Access Day 2019 review of the I had a great time - and can’t recommend it enough :) It even has a toilet!
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