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How are you experiencing theCOVID-19 Outbreak? We are asking you to complete this survey so we can make sure that Disabled people are getting

What is the Inclusive Activity Programme (IAP)? The Inclusive Activity Programme will equip you with the skills to engage disabled people and people with

Bristol Disability Equality Forum run a monthly peer support meetings providing people the chance to get together to share knowledge, support, and discuss barriers that exist

AccessAble, formerly DisabledGo, work with Bristol City Council to provide online Access Guides for people with disabilities throughout the city. They produce online access

Saturday 27 July 2019, 11:00 to 16:00 Free – (Booking required) → Book Presented by Untold Stories, Brigstow Institute & The Urban Word Collective | This

The Bristol Disability Equality Forum is an organisation of, and for, Disabled people. One of their projects is Making Change Happen, which includes meetings providing the

Hidden no more: dementia and disability — NHS Networks Evidence reveals that, across the country, people with dementia are not having their disability rights

We still have some places available for our next Working Together 12-week employment course for disabled people. Please note if this location/these dates aren’t

Making Change Happen is the Forum’s new peer support project. It is run by and for Disabled people, older people and people living with

Bristol Disability Equality Forum – Making Change Happen is a new peer support project run by and for Disabled and older residents in Bristol.

News Bristol’s Wheelchair Voucher System is going to change Disabled people and Refugees Calls for report into police tasering of autistic man to be