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June, 2017

Disabled Living’s Work and How Small Charity Week Helps Us

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For our second blog supporting Small Charity Week, we would like to share the impact that Disabled Living’s work over the last 120 years has given people. Ever since Disabled Living established in 1897, we were a small charity in Salford and Manchester. There were even more events and highlights that happened in between these days. […]

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3 Benefits of Small Charity Week

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Small Charity Week is celebrated during 19 – 24 June 2017 and brought to us by The Foundation for Social Improvement (FSI). This year, we are proud to be participating at Disabled Living. Small Charity Week is supported by Provident Financial Group (PFG), and the Provident Good Neighbour Community Programme as well as being sponsored […]

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The Importance of Men’s Health Week & Bladder and Bowel Care

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Men’s Health Week takes place between 12th and 18th of June. Last year’s campaign was very successful tackling stress and ways to help beat it. This year’s theme is all about abdominal obesity. Some people may wonder why belly fat is the most dangerous type of fat in your body and the reason is because […]

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10 Reasons Why Carers Are So Important

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Carers Week 2017 takes place on 12 -18 June. The annual campaign aims to raise awareness of carers in the United Kingdom, highlighting the challenges that carers face and the support received by families, professionals, and communities. This year’s main focus is ‘Building Carer Friendly Communities’. Recognise, support, and celebrate. Come together to show your […]

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Diabetes Week – ‘Know Diabetes Fight Diabetes’

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The staff at our Health & Social Care Hub, Redbank House, wanted to know how many people they have known to have diabetes. Between Natasha, Danielle, Emma, and Lawrence, they have known eight people with diabetes. That’s a significant number which consists of friends, relatives, and work colleagues. There are two common types of diabetes […]

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