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  • Coronavirus Information and Support

    Coronavirus Information and Support

    At Disability Sheffield, as everywhere, our focus in the past week has been the impact of the Coronavirus and social isolation and distancing. For us as an organisation, for our staff and volunteers and more importantly for our clients and all disabled people in Sheffield. We are putting plans into place and having discussions with the council in terms of support for people who access social care which we’ll share with you as soon as we can. There’s so much information coming in day by day that we’ve decided to set up a Coronavirus Information and Support webpage where you can access key websites as we hear of them to hopefully find some of the answers you’re looking for.

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  • Celebrate with Us

    It is with great pleasure that we invite you to Disability Sheffield’s Celebration Event at the Virgin Lounge on Thursday 6th December from 4 – 6pm, marking 10 years of our advocacy and information service. Over the years, our service has supported disabled people living in Sheffield by providing information and advocacy support on a range of issues, enabling them to live their own lives.

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  • Cancer Information Hub at Moor Markets

    Vital cancer support is now easy to come by for Sheffield shoppers, thanks to a multi-charity information hub at the Moor Markets. The pop up stall is at units 56 and 58 from 10am to 4pm, Monday to Friday for the next couple of months.

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  • Scope’s Online Community

    Scope’s online community is a place where disabled people, parents, carers and professionals can come to share their experiences and discuss all topics relating to disability.

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  • Stroke Workshop Looking for Attendees

    Can you help by offering to take part and give your views to shape the future of stroke care?

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  • Information and Advice Survey and Mystery Shopping Event

    Sheffield City Council are reviewing their resources and services and this is your chance to let them know how you want to access information and advice, when you need it . The closing date for the survey is 25 November.

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