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  • CCG Consultation with Seldom Heard Groups

    South Yorkshire’s Community Foundation has been commissioned by the Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) to give a voice to seldom heard groups across South Yorkshire regarding five NHS provisions.Phase 2 of the community consultation has now begun and you can take part by completing a short survey. Please note the deadline is 24th January 2018

  • Sheffield Carers Centre Winter Newsletter

    Sheffield Carers Centre is a local independent charity offering emotional support, information and help in getting services for all carers in Sheffield. Catch up with all the news in their latest newsletter.

  • Dementia Cafes 2018

    A series of Dementia Cafes, organised by the Alzheimer’s Society, are taking place in Sheffield in 2018, aimed at helping people living with the condition to relax, socialise and find out how they can get any help they need.

  • Sheffield Theatres Launchpad Project

    Last year Sheffield Theatres worked with a group of 10 adults with learning disabilities and/or autism and they created a show that was performed in their Studio. This year the project has developed further into running 5 weeks of skills development workshops before going into the process of making and performing a show. The deadline for applications is Wednesday 3rd January 2018.

  • How to Create an Accessible Tourism Guide

    VisitScotland and VisitEngland have teamed up to encourage venues in the two countries to advertise their accessibility through creating their own access guides via a new website.

  • Employable Me and Scope Research Recommendations

    The BBC2 series Employable Me has returned, following the story of eight jobseekers who have taken part in a scheme which brings together people from across the disability spectrum to help each other with the challenge of finding employment. In a report earlier this year Scope has called for employers to make it clear that adjustments and support are available, to create more senior roles for disabled people and develop peer support opportunities.

  • Our Disability Community

    Our Disability Community is a new website offering an “online platform for disabled people to share their experiences, hacks and tips on living life to the max with a disability.”Our Disability Community want to hear from you about what equipment and services work for you and what don’t and the little things that from your experience can make life better.

  • Sheffield Equality Newsletter for December

    Catch up with all the latest news and events this month in the Sheffield Equality Hub newsletter.

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