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  • Invitation to Independent Direct Payment Support Service Meeting

    Sheffield City Council have agreed to adopt our proposals for an Independent Direct Payment Support Service. We would therefore like to invite people in receipt of a direct payment, family carers and colleagues in the council and CCG to a meeting on Tuesday 11th July from 10.15am to 12.15pm at Quaker Meeting House, to help us refine what a specification for such a service will look like prior to it being commissioned in the Autumn.

  • Tribes : Accessible Performances in Sheffield Theatres

    Tribes ( 30 June – 22 July )
    Billy was born deaf into a hearing family. In the arguments and jokes around the kitchen table, he has never been treated any differently to the rest of them. But when he meets Sylvia, who teaches him sign language, he starts to wonder if his family have ever really listened to him at all.

  • Purchase your Tickets for Special Olympics Opening Ceremony – 8 August

    It is set to be a spectacular opening show at Bramall Lane stadium welcoming around 2,600 athletes with intellectual disabilities of all ages and abilities to the city for the 10th National Games taking place from Monday 7 August until Saturday 12 August.

  • Money Matters for Single Parent Women

    This initiative aims to gather information about the experiences of single parent women in managing financially, raise awareness and make recommendations for policy change.

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