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  • Just Say Yes

    Just Say Yes

    Interested in improving your digital skills? Leonard Cheshire’s YES Course is for young adults (16+) with a disability. The sessions will start at 10.30am and finish at 12pm every Thursday, beginning on the 16th March 2023.and will take place on Zoom for four weeks. Register now and you might get a free tablet.

  • Free Digital Skills Course For Young Adults

    Free Digital Skills Course For Young Adults

    Interested in improving your digital skills and aged between 18-25? This Young Entrepreneur Skills (YES) course for disabled young adults – a mix of remote and in person sessions – is offered by Leonard Cheshire in partnership with the John Lewis Foundation.

  • Rising Costs Crisis for Disabled People

    Rising Costs Crisis for Disabled People

    New research by Leonard Cheshire paints a bleak picture of disabled people struggling to pay for essentials and concludes that disabled people must be prioritised for financial support.The charity wants the government to increase benefits in line with inflation, reverse proposed changes to the Warm Home Discount and provide better access to social care.

  • End 15 minute Care Calls

    ‘Flying’ visits continue despite statutory guidance within the Care Act 2014 stating ‘short home-care visits of 15 minutes or less are not appropriate for people who need support with intimate care needs’. See how many people get 15 minute visits in your area and ask Jeremy Hunt to demand more is done.

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