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  • How To Show You Are Exempt from Wearing a Face Covering

    How To Show You Are Exempt from Wearing a  Face Covering

    Keep Safe , an organisation that offers easy read information and UK guidance about coronavirus, has issued a series of cards for disabled people to show they are exempt from wearing face coverings on public transport since new rules came into force on 15 June. Travel South Yorkshire’s Journey Assistance Cards also includes a card stating ‘I am Exempt from wearing a Face Covering’.

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  • Where to look for Easy Read Coronavirus Information

    Where to look for Easy Read Coronavirus Information

    There is a lot of guidance and information for the public about Coronavirus but where do you find Easy Read information if you have a learning disability or autism ? Just click on ‘Learning Disability’ or ‘Autism’ on our Disability Sheffield Cornavirus Information and Support page to take you to Easy Read information that will keep you up to date with the latest news.

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  • DWP Easy Read Report about ESA and PIP Assessments

    The Department for Work and Pensions has published an Easy Read version of the government’s reply to the House of Commons Committee of MPs who have been looking into how Personal Independence Payment (PIP) and Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) are assessed. Documents written in an Easy Read format are written in a way that makes them more accessible to people with learning disabilities.

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