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  • Enter our Competition to Design STS a New Logo!

    Enter our Competition to Design STS a New Logo!

    Sheffield Travel Support has joined Disability Sheffield, and they need a logo! Enter our logo competition for a chance to win a voucher worth £75 – 1st place, £50 – 2nd place or £25 – 3rd place. The closing date to get your design to us is Monday the 6th of May, so get drawing!

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  • Meet Our Community Engagement Co-ordinator

    Meet Our Community Engagement Co-ordinator

    Hello. My name is Paul Ntulila, and I’m thrilled to be the Community Engagement Coordinator at Disability Sheffield. My goal is to create a strong, thriving community of disabled people in Sheffield who can work with us to influence policies and decisions or even just meet up for a coffee and a chat. I recently travelled to the United Nations Office in Geneva, Switzerland to advocate for disabled people’s rights.

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  • Sheffield Travel Support Joins Disability Sheffield

    Sheffield Travel Support Joins Disability Sheffield

    Sheffield Travel Support (STS) has joined Disability Sheffield! STS is a paid for service that provides travel support to hundreds of people with learning disabilities each week. Regular customers have the same regular Travel Support Workers, helping them to build trusted relationships and to understand your needs and preferences better.

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  • Sign Up,Sign Up

    Sign Up,Sign Up

    If you sign up with us there is no charge and we will get back to you to find out what the issues are that you’re particularly interested in. We can keep you up to date with what’s happening in our city and build a more interactive community of interest that can bring about change. Join our community today.

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  • What About Me?

    What About Me?

    We are working in partnership with Sunderland People First and the University of Sheffield to carry out this research project . We are trying to find people with a learning disability and carers who look after people with a learning disability, who do not have a social care budget or any formal support. We can give you vouchers worth £45, to interview you online about what your lives look like.

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  • Free Cycling Opportunities in March

    Free Cycling Opportunities in March

    Our inclusive cycling project, Sheffield Cycling 4 All, is peddling into Spring offering free all-ability cycling sessions to give disabled people and people with long-term health conditions more opportunity to ride a wide array of cycles in safe surroundings. With over 30 different trikes and bikes which can be adapted to you, the sessions at various venues are run by a trained session leader and a range of volunteers.

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  • Could you be a Disability Sheffield Trustee?

    Could you be a Disability Sheffield Trustee?

    We are seeking a to appoint up to three new trustees to our Board. As a Disabled People’s User-Led Organisation (DPULO) we are very keen to hear from disabled applicants in particular. LGBTQ+ and ethnically diverse communities are also currently under-represented on our board, similarly younger people, which we are also hoping to redress. Closing Date: 12:00 noon, 31st March

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  • Sheffield Voices Big Voice on Transport

    Sheffield Voices Big Voice on Transport

    Our Sheffield Voices self advocacy group would like to invite you to their next Big Voice Conference on the 23rd of February from 10am to 2pm at Sheffield Town Hall . The main theme for this conference is Transport in Sheffield. This event is for people with a learning disability and Autistic people living in the Sheffield area.

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  • Healthy Living and Physical Activity Project – Peer Support

    Healthy Living and Physical Activity Project – Peer Support

    Are you autistic, have a learning disability or severe mental illness? Do you want to take part in a physical activity group or class but feel too nervous to go on your own? We can work with services to encourage them to provide you with peer support. Just contact us and tell us what activity you want to do, where and when it is.

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  • Goodbye and Hello to Our Trustees

    Goodbye and Hello to Our Trustees

    To commit to volunteering as a trustee is a big responsibility. We’ve been very lucky to have benefited from the fantastic knowledge and contribution of our trustees Kate, Natalie and Adam. As we say goodbye and a massive thank you to them, we welcome ‘on board’ four new trustees, Die, Emmanuela, Robert and Stephanie . Thank you for choosing to support Disability Sheffield and our work.

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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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Ruth

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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Andrew Crooks

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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