Forgotten . . . the 1.7m disabled families

THREE in four families caring for disabled adults felt they had been forgotten about during the lockdown – and received no information about their support and care being reduced prior to it happening.

Steve Morgan Conference cancelled

THE annual Steve Morgan Foundation Conference has been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic. The event, which attracts hundreds of delegates from charities, was due...

Coronavirus – catastrophic for brain injured

By Ipek Tugcu, a Senior Associate in the Brain Injury Team at Bolt Burdon Kemp THE impact of Covid-19 on neurorehabilitation is likely to be catastrophic to brain...

50,000 sign up for online sign language lessons

MORE than 50,000 people have started learning British Sign Language (BSL) thanks to the phenomenal success of a new digital engagement campaign by the disability charity Sense.

SOME great news for visitors to the All Together NOW! charity website.

Three more city libraries reopen

THREE community libraries in Liverpool are reopening from today, Monday 10 August.

Lockdown shame over treatment of people with learning disabilities

SEVEN in ten people with a learning disability had their social care cut when they needed it most, leaving many stuck in lockdown according to a survey of family carers by Mencap.

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