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  • Disability and Activity Survey

    Disability and Activity Survey

    The Activity Alliance, a national charity and leading voice for disabled people in sport and activity, reveals a growing need to reduce disabled people‚Äôs cost of living and loneliness in their ‘Disability and Activity’ annual survey results.

  • Importance of Taxis and Public Transport

    Importance of Taxis and Public Transport

    Sheffield Safe Places has produced a new video highlighting the importance of taxis and public transport for breaking social isolation and how loneliness can have a severe effect on people’s health.Loneliness can be a bigger killer than a lifetime of smoking and is likely to increase your chance of death by 26%.

  • Loneliness and Disability Report

    Produced for the Jo Cox Commission on Loneliness, ‘Someone cares if I’m not there’, explores why loneliness affects so many people with disabilities, from the perspective of disabled people themselves and is leading a national conversation around disability and loneliness during a month-long campaign from 10 July to 11 August.

  • Age Better in Sheffield 50+ Free Counselling Service

    Are you over 50 and feeling isolated or lonely? Sheffield Mind are working in your area offering free one to one counselling to help you start reconnecting with people and your local community.

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