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  • Council's Objective Is Equality For The Whole City

    Council's Objective Is Equality For The Whole City

    Sheffield City Council is setting up its new Equality Objectives, and is looking for individuals and organisations willing to help by being consulted.The council is required to set at least one Equality Objective every four years but this time has decided to set up four, each with a set of three or more aims, in a bid to make the city equal for all.

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  • Health and Care Services #SpeakUp Reports Published

    Health and Care Services #SpeakUp Reports Published

    In 2017, Healthwatch Sheffield launched #SpeakUp Small Grants aimed at local not for profit, third sector, voluntary or community groups, to enable them to run projects that help local people share their experiences of health and care services in Sheffield. DAWS Community Gym held an ‘Ampu Tea & Chat’ session to obtain feedback from service users at Northern General Hospital’s Mobility and Specialised Rehabilitation Centre.

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  • Risks and More Risks, BUT I Need a Life!

    Risks and More Risks, BUT I Need a Life!

    The Friendly Resource Company together with people with learning disabilities and people with autism, with the support of a grant from Awards for All, have developed a workbook including a quiz and videos about the life risks people take every day ,helping people to consider how best to lessen these risks and keep as safe as possible.

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  • Celebrate with Us

    Celebrate with Us

    It is with great pleasure that we invite you to Disability Sheffield’s Celebration Event at the Virgin Lounge on Thursday 6th December from 4 – 6pm, marking 10 years of our advocacy and information service. Over the years, our service has supported disabled people living in Sheffield by providing information and advocacy support on a range of issues, enabling them to live their own lives.

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  • Rock'n'roll Rotary Fundraising Evening

    Rock'n'roll Rotary Fundraising Evening

    Fancy an evening of rock’n‘roll to help raise money for charities including Disability Sheffield? We are very grateful to again be named as a beneficiary at Taptonfest, a fundraising evening of rock’n‘roll music including a pie and pea supper at Tapton Hall on Saturday November 17, from 6.30-11pm, organised by The Rotary Club Of Sheffield Vulcan.

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  • Are you the next Best Home Cook ?

    Are you the next Best Home Cook ?

    Britain’s Best Home Cook, a BBC1 show that features queen of home cooking Mary Berry, produce expert Chris Bavin, top chef Dan Doherty and presenter Claudia Winkleman is looking for disabled contestants to take part in the forthcoming series.

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  • Shaw Trust reveal Britain's 100 most influential disabled people for 2018

    Shaw Trust reveal Britain's 100 most influential disabled people for 2018

    Every year Shaw Trust publish their Power 100 list, a celebration of the 100 most influential and inspirational disabled people in Britain. Shaw Trust’s work with the power 100 list aims to change perceptions of disability, tackle social exclusion and provide role models for the young and talented leaders of tomorrow.The honour of Britain’s most influential disabled person of 2018 goes to TV presenter Alex Brooker (pictured.)

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  • Have you had your flu vaccine?

    Have you had your flu vaccine?

    Flu is an unpredictable virus that can cause mild illness in most people. However, it can cause severe illness and even death among vulnerable groups of people, including disabled people and people with a long term health condition. As we approach Winter, the NHS have published helpful details on “who should have a flu vaccine” and who is eligible for the free vaccination, including carers.

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  • Autism Dialogue Conference 2018

    Autism Dialogue Conference 2018

    Places are limited to book for this full day conference on 14 December at the Quaker Meeting House, which will bring together autistic people, autism researchers, practitioners, clinicians, families and supporters from around the UK.Unemployed and Disabled people attending are eligible to a 20% discount by entering the discount code: CONCESSION20 when purchasing tickets (click the blue @Enter Promotional Code’ text).

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  • Universal Credit Information Sheet

    Universal Credit Information Sheet

    Sheffield City Council has launched a new information sheet designed to help people find out and apply for Universal Credit, which is being rolled out across the city from next month for new claimants and anyone reporting a change in their circumstances. The controversial benefit, which only affects working age people, will eventually replace six existing benefits – Housing Benefit, Income-related Employment and Support Allowance (ESA), Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance (JSA), Child Tax Credit, Working Tax Credit and Income Support.

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Very good presentation, brave of the speakers to tell their stories and had a very high impact - feedback from Mate/Hate Crime presentation and video session at Safeguarding Working Together Conference
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A fantastic presentation thought provoking and good questions from the floor around promoting this film/message to the general public not just professionals.
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Disability Sheffield is a forward-thinking, energetic organisation doing a lot of positive work in Sheffield. I have no doubt they will continue to do so for a long time to come.
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When I moved to Sheffield nearly five years ago it was my "go to" organisation. I expect it to stay that way. All the staff and volunteers seem to pull out little gems of effort that disabled people like me couldn't do without. Professionally and personally - I love em :)
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