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October, 2019

LimbPower Create New Player Pathway Resource to Increase Engagement in Activity

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LimbPower have introduced their new player pathway resource to increase sport activity for athletes and non-athletes with a limb impairment. Sport is for everyone, whatever your age or physical ability. Access can be more challenging for persons with a limb impairment and there can be a myriad of questions, challenges and barriers to overcome, whether […]

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Exploring Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities and Profound and Multiple Barriers to Learning

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In her last post, guest contributor Joanna Grace, said that some people will never become symbolic communicators, a sentence that may have jarred those used to presuming that everyone can achieve, even if it is in very small steps and will take a very long time. Joanna now talks about multiple learning disabilities and the […]

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Connecting People to Research: Why Your Voice Matters

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Dr Emily Howlett, Patient Involvement Project Manager, at Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust talks about the importance of connecting people to research. Imagine you’re going to cook someone an omelette. You know they’re very hungry, you’ve worked out the best ingredients to use, the best recipe to follow and the right utensils you need to […]

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Living with Retinitis Pigmentosa – Elin’s Sight Loss Journey

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Elin Williams caught our attention on Twitter. She reached the shortlist to attend The National Diversity Awards but that wasn’t only thing that inspired us. Elin has her own disability and lifestyle blog. She shares her journey and motivational messages on social media to empower others who are visually impaired. We spoke to her about […]

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