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Fight for Sight and British Thyroid Foundation partner to co-fund new research

A research grant co-funded by Fight for Sight and the British Thyroid Foundation has been awarded to researchers at London’s NIHR Biomedical Research Centre at Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and UCL Institute of Ophthalmology (the “NIHR ...

The UK’s public venues need to work harder on accessibility or risk losing out, finds disability charity’s studies.

‘Tactile Histories’, a textiles arts exhibition telling the unique personal stories of people with sight and hearing impairments is on at the V&A Museum of Childhood on the 23rd of January. For twelve weeks people with sensory impairments over t...

Anna Kennedy to join The People’s Strictly for Comic Relief 

Autism campaigner Anna Kennedy OBE is looking forward to experiencing the Strictly dream, in BBC One’s ‘The People’s Strictly’ for this year’s Comic Relief. Anna Kennedy – who set up the largest school for autism in the UK after her own aut...

Family foundation raises £70,000 for nystagmus

The family, friends and colleagues of the late Giles Warman have raised £70,000 to support research into nystagmus and raise the profile of this poorly understood eye condition in conjunction with the charity the Nystagmus Network (NN). £40,000 has alre...

DESIGNER CONTRACTS NAMED AS SUPPLIER FOR ESPO

Designer Contracts, the UK’s largest flooring contractor, has been named as a supplier for public sector owned professional buying organisation – ESPO. Designer Contracts is part of procurement framework 16, which offers customers a quick, simple a...

South Downs conference to inspire teachers on outdoor learning

‘Local outdoor learning opportunities are right here on your doorstep’ will be the take home message of the 2015 Our South Downs conference, which takes place on Thursday, 5 March 2015 at the South Downs Centre in Midhurst, West Sussex. The free e...

Two thirds of parents have outdoor play concerns

Almost two thirds of parents based in and around the New Forest have concerns about letting their children play outdoors, a survey suggests. Parents cited safety concerns, especially ‘stranger danger’, as the main reason for not allowing their chil...

Figures reveal almost half of education workers put off visiting the doctor due to work

Almost half (45%) of all education workers have put their health at risk by putting off visiting a doctor, according to new research by the British Heart Foundation (BHF). (1)   The BHF polled over 1,300 UK workers and found seven in ten (70%) workers ...
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Bringing disabled and non-disabled young people together to create something special

Create have kicked off 2015 with a project that’s spanning Barnet, Ealing, Harrow (and potentially Rochester and Cumbria) which partners SEN schools with secondary schools so that disabled and non-disabled young people develop friendships through the ar...
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