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Disability Network Event Report

Disability Network Event Report

Our first Disability Network event at the Israac Centre on 16 May was well attended and extremely successful in bringing together a diverse community of disabled people and partner organisations. Participants had a chance to watch presentations and share their views about barriers they currently experience in Sheffield and how best to overcome them. All contributions were very valuable and they have been put in this Easy Read Report.

We are hoping to build a strong network of disabled people in the city to discuss current issues, influence policy, create connections and learn from one another. It’s an exciting time!
There are more events coming up in June and July:

June Disability Network Meeting
Date: 26th June 2024
Time: 11am to 1pm
Address: Asda Sheffield Supercentre, Handsworth Road, Sheffield, S13 9LR
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July Disability Network Meeting
Date: 31st July 2024
Time: 11am to 1pm
Address: Asda Sheffield Supercentre, Handsworth Road, Sheffield, S13 9LR
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Come along to connect, chat + change!

If you have any questions or would like to comment please contact Paul by emailing paul.ntulila@disabilitysheffield.org.uk

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