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Leonard Cheshire
Leonard Cheshire Disability is a charity supporting disabled people to live the lives they choose in the UK and around the world. Chief executive:
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Huw Irranca-DaviesAM 10h
Shocking that 1 in 5 employers say they would be less likely to hire someone if they have a disability. Pleased to support to tackle this.
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Many disabled people experience loneliness. As a part of the Jo Cox Commission on Loneliness, we welcome the government’s focus on this important issue with the appointment of as Minister for Loneliness.
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'It's very humiliating in this day and age people are still being laid on dirty toilet floors to be changed,' — Paralympian speaks out on how the lack of changing spaces is degrading.
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Travel bosses demanded a five-year-old schoolgirl attend a disability assessment so her mum could get a free bus pass to help with hospital appointments.
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'Football wise, it’s like Daisy is a whole different person.' — Joining a football team has transformed the life of an autistic girl.
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'I may look like a normal person, but my disability is hidden,' — is using her voice to raise awareness of .
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NHS delays are 'compromising care for seriously ill and disabled patients', MPs have warned.
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Leonard Cheshire Jan 16
98, ‘I really enjoy working with the people who use our services. I want to support them to live life to the full and do what they want to do,’ — Martin Wintermeyer.
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Leonard Cheshire Jan 16
A look inside the mighty Dambuster — where Leonard Cheshire was part of the plane’s crew.
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Leonard Cheshire Jan 16
Completely blind and severely deaf backpacker continues his journey in the Middle East crossing into the Palestinian territories and visiting the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem.
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Leonard Cheshire Jan 16
Huge thanks to Colin from Cheshire House Inverness who helped us raise over £34,000 as the face of our Christmas wishes raffle.
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Leonard Cheshire Jan 16
'Asos has quietly included a visibly disabled model in its new ad. Here's why that's so important.' — .
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Leonard Cheshire Jan 16
'Alison White’s admirable, beautifully written account of raising a child with cerebral palsy offers an essential insight into the lives of carers.' —.
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Leonard Cheshire Jan 16
More than 180,000 people have lost out on disability payments under government reassessments.
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Leonard Cheshire Jan 15
‘Not all disabilities mean you have to be in a wheelchair,’ — model was left humiliated after conference centre staff refused to let him use toilet when his colostomy bag leaked.
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Leonard Cheshire Jan 15
A big thanks to for joining us for a fun afternoon on the slopes to launch our Sport programme in Manchester!
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LCD Scotland Jan 12
We have become the first charity in Scotland to achieve the Platinum Award. Thanks to and for their support.
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Leonard Cheshire Jan 15
Meet John — the million dollar sock entrepreneur with Down's syndrome.
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Leonard Cheshire Jan 15
Disabled people have spoken of being treated like 'a nuisance' if they ask for help accessing bars, restaurants and cafes which do not have the right facilities.
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Leonard Cheshire Jan 15
Philip Hammond had no evidence for to state disabled workers hurt the UK economy, the Treasury has admitted.
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