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  • Framework Provider Marketplace Event

    Framework Provider Marketplace Event

    Come and meet the new Adults with Disabilities Framework providers at Sheffield City Council’s Provider Market Place event on Monday 10th July from 10:00am to 1:00pm in Reception Rooms A & B at the Town Hall. The event is a drop in so why not pop along to have a chat and a coffee and see what providers on the new Framework have to offer.

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  • Chance to Choose in December

    Chance to Choose in December

    Chance to Choose, our exciting project commissioned by Sheffield City Council and delivered by Sheffield Voices to coproduce the new ‘Working Age Adults Framework’ for people with learning disabilities and autism, have four events coming up in December.Two are for parent/family/friend and other carers, two are for people who use supported living, respite care, and/or day opportunities in Sheffield.

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  • Your Chance to Choose

    Your Chance to Choose

    Chance to Choose is the name of our exciting new project commissioned by Sheffield City Council to coproduce the new ‘Working Age Adults Framework’ for people with learning disabilities and autism. We’re getting together to learn what our ideas of a perfect life looks like by making art, writing stories or creating drama. If you have a learning disability or autism we’d love you to join us.

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