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  • Study Into Effects Of Ageing With A Disability

    Study Into Effects Of Ageing With A Disability

    People over the age of 50 with long-term disabilities are being asked to take part in a new study into the effects of ageing. Sheffield Hallam University and Partners for Inclusion have teamed up to carry out research into the effects of ageing on people with long term disabilities. “The lived experience of disabled people is missing from conversations about what it means to grow older. Disabled people have a wealth of knowledge, expertise and experience about disability and ageing that currently isn’t discussed within services, communities or the research literature,” says Jill Pluquailec, who is carrying out the research at the University.

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  • Set Phasers To Stun-ning

    Set  Phasers To Stun-ning

    Sheffield Hallam University students are running a series of workshops to make sci-fi themed costumes through March at Highfield Trinity Church on London Road.

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