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Disabled Living’s Newsletter
January 2020

In the Dock: Training on How to Avoid Legal Issues at Work



At Disabled Living, we often see and help people who have had accidents at work. Hence, we have courses that help not only healthcare professionals, but also people in other industries such as construction and road building who may be exposed to certain hazards.

The aim of In the Dock is to keep people safe and prevent people from having injuries at work. Find out more about our course here!


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Book onto our Training Courses


We have a number of bespoke courses with spaces available for 2020. Our upcoming courses including the following: 

Moving and Handling Update for Trainers: 25th February, 19th March

Moving and Handling, Trainers and Assessors: 2nd, 3rd, 9th, 17th March
(4 day course – Level 3)


View our courses



Take Part in ICoN’s Continence Study



ICoN want to find out how NHS staff assess and treat children with special educational needs and disability (SEND) to help them become continent. 

ICoN wants to hear your views and experiences of toileting children and young people with SEND up to the age of 25. The survey is open to families, young people, health professionals, and school and social care staff.


Complete the survey



Read our Latest Kidz to Adultz Magazine



Kidz to Adultz is an event organised by Disabled Living. With each of the exhibitions, there is a new magazine packed with interesting articles, relevant adverts, true stories, advice and more.

Designed with parents, carers and professionals in mind, discover new and interesting material to help young individuals with disabilities.


Read the latest edition



MSPs to Carry out Inquiry into the Future of Social Care


A Scottish Parliament Committee is undertaking an inquiry into the future of social care. It will investigate the future delivery of social care in Scotland and what changes are needed.

They want to hear about your experiences of social care, what an ideal model of care looks like and how to ensure the service is centred upon each individual’s needs.


Find out more



Get Grants Bid Writing Training Course



Get Grants Full-Day Bid-Writing Courses provide practical support to improve your grant fundraising success and inspire you to become a more confident grant fundraiser.

In attending the course, you will access expert insights, crucial information, and friendly advice that will help you increase your organisation’s income through grant funding.


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Answer Cancer: A new year’s resolution that could save your life


The Answer Cancer programme is offering a series of ‘Talk Cancer’ sessions to raise awareness about cancer screening, the importance of early detection and how people can reduce their cancer risk.

The sessions are set to follow in different areas of Greater Manchester throughout the year.


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