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Join our new Healthy Living Steering Group

Join our new Healthy Living Steering Group

We are launching a new co-production project that’s aiming to make healthy living and physical activity opportunities more accessible for adults with a learning disability, autism or severe mental illness. We’re currently looking for people with lived experience to join our steering group – if you are an adult with autism, severe mental illness or a learning disability, or you support someone with one of these conditions, we’d love to hear from you!
Take a look at the Project Summary or
the Easy Read Project Summary.

We expect the group to meet once every 6 weeks and for members to contribute a small amount of work between meetings. All work will be paid and full training will be provided.

Here is the Steering Group Role Description or the Easy Read Steering Group Role Description.

For more information please email Emily or Sadia at Emily.hillison@disabilitysheffield.org.uk or sadia.asghar@disabilitysheffield.org.uk


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