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  • Recruitment to Health and Care Research Committee

    Recruitment to Health and Care Research Committee

    The National Institute for Health and Care Research is looking for members of the public who can bring their own experiences to improve the research they fund, to join one of their committees. The committees help decide which research to prioritise . The deadline for submitting an application is midnight on Sunday 28 April, 2024.

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  • Free Digital Skills Course

    Free Digital Skills Course

    Are you interested in improving your day-to-day digital skills? Does being online overwhelm you? CYF are running a free course to boost your online skills and confidence, taking you at your own pace during May .

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  • NAIDEX Exhibition a Hit with Sara

    NAIDEX  Exhibition a Hit with Sara

    One of our new volunteers at Disability Sheffield , Sara Ali, has written a blog for us about the 50th Naidex (National Accessibility Inclusion and Disability Expo) event she attended, which took place over two days (March 20th-21st) at the Birmingham NEC.

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  • Local Elections Rule Changes and Accessibility

    Local Elections Rule Changes and Accessibility

    With local election imminent and a general election sometime this year we want to remind people there are more accessibility aids available and you can request other adjustments. You also need to know about a rule change for submitting postal votes at polling stations and council buildings.

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  • Sheffield Connect circular bus service relaunched

    Sheffield Connect circular bus service relaunched

    The Sheffield Connect bus service relaunched on Monday the 8th of April. New vehicles all electric (standard buses), two routes, and longer operating hours and now completely free for everyone.

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  • Sheffield Life, Loss and Death Festival

    Sheffield Life, Loss and Death Festival

    Death is part of life. so let’s talk about it during this festival across Sheffield and online during May. Events include music, activities in nature, training, creative workshops, writing, open mic sessions, authors panel, Death Cafes, exhibitions and discussion groups.

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  • My Employment Plan

    My Employment Plan

    This week marks the launch of “My Employment Plan”, a tool coproduced by people with lived experience and employment organisations across South Yorkshire. The plan helps a person and their employer talk about and agree on things that might help them both in the workplace, sometimes called ‘reasonable adjustments’.

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  • Temporary loss of step free access to Dore Railway Station

    Temporary loss of step free access to Dore Railway Station

    Rail passengers who need step free access at Dore and Totley Railway station are urged to book passenger assistance if travelling to or from the station during the period from the 25th March to 4th April 2024. This is because the new lifts will not be fully working for some, or all of this period.

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  • Individual Employer Funding

    Individual Employer Funding

    Did you know that as an individual employer you can apply for funding from Skills for Care to train yourself and your personal assistant(s)? The deadline for applications is 5pm on Sunday 31 March 2024 and any training that you want to be funded must be started by 30 April 2024.

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  • Disability Sheffield Volunteer John Playing Away

    Disability Sheffield Volunteer John Playing Away

    Disability Sheffield volunteer John Quinn ( pictured right ) has started to stage new moves in his writing career – with two of his plays being performed in the city soon. A short piece of his has been chosen for a night of new work to be held at Theatre Deli in Sheffield on Tuesday April 9th and a full-length work will be seen at Sheffield Theatres in the summer.

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