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Access Fylde Coast - Creating A Place For All 18h
Don't be among 75% of businesses that disabled people walk away from because it can’t cater for them - it's not about spending thousands to adapt either. Find out more at our FREE disability awareness training on May 30th hollywhittaker@disabilityfirst.org
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RKSOT 12m
The Flexyfoot walking stick is available at , with rubberised material for improved grip. Test it at our Trade Park shop!
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Hands Free Computing 2h
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Hands Free Computing 3h
Disabled makeup artist puts strangers insults on her face to raise awareness about the insults she receives for being in a wheelchair
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Stacey Stockwell Training Ltd 4h
Who doesn’t adore a Hearing Dog! 😊 🐶
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AMAR Romania 22h
"We know that equality of individual ability has never existed and never will, but we do insist that equality of opportunity still must be sought." -Franklin D. Roosevelt
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Bernadette Gilroy 24h
Hugely disappointed after witnessing the reception given to a lady requesting a wheelchair this afternoon. consider training for your staff. Not all disabilities are visible.
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I.Am.Devon May 17
If people actually have the time, to talk shit about a programme that’s just meant to be a bit of fun and hopefully put a spotlight on important topics, they have too much time on their hands and are insecure within themselves 🙏
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Elevate Berkshire 4h
It’s Friday again, and we’re ending this week by sharing some fantastic services that strive to make life more accessible, inclusive, and full for people with disabilities…
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Student Accessibility Services May 21
The Access Advisory Committee's last panel for Disability Awareness Month is tomorrow, Wednesday, in Room 2904! We'll be talking Physical Disabilities in tomorrow's panel and hope to see you all there!
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💧SimonTWolf 15h
In my understanding, the was supposed to end the "one size fits all" model of support that works in the general population, but when it comes to the profoundly disabled, acquired disability through accident etc. it appears the isn't on right page
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I.Am.Devon May 17
We all need to just be kind, accepting and build each other up, rather than just tearing each other down and being bitter for no reason. Just spread the love, not hate💜
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Disability Support 34m
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HenleyPE May 22
Installment two of Mrs. Heller’s adaptive PE unit... Day 2 - sitting volleyball
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Katherine Copley 17h
Communication is the key to so much. Please please think about how you communicate difficult or bad news to people. It could make all the difference to their health & wellbeing. An email is rarely acceptable.
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Krystina Prendergast May 21
No. I cannot reverse my scooter off the bus. Why? Ask the bus company. So when I ask you to please stand up for a few minutes, I am not trying to be awkward. Just do it.
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St. Joseph Center for Special Learning 22h
Paintball fun during yesterday’s OT with Ms. Kathy!
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Blakkbutterfly🦋 May 15
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Spoonie Stuff May 17
Thank you so much to for sharing her story with us! 🥰👗
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Jodie Hill May 22
Headed down to London today to do some filming with the at Clifford chance about leadership and disability
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