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Advocacy Project Newsletter and Choir

Colleagues at the Advocacy Project, a service for people with Learning Disabilities and/or Mental Health issues, have let us know about the Advocacy project Service user newsletter (external PDF). This can also be found on their website: https://www.advocacyproject.org.uk/news/welcome-to-our-service-user-newsletter/. They’ve also established

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Accessible theatre performance – Kiln.

We received information that the Kiln Theatre will hold two “accessible” performance of their play – called “Holy Sh!t” .  There will be an Audio Described version on 25th September, and a Captioned (subtitled) version on 2nd October. For more information

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Patient transport survey

ADKC has been asked to share Transport for All’s survey on your experiences of Patient Transport services…. this is what they have to say. The link to the survey is at the bottom. Transport for All is looking for evidence

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Free talk on 17th July

One of ADKC’s members has informed us about the following event: Through a discussion of their beautifully humane novels, authors Alice Burnet (Ideal Love) and Anne Patterson (Yes) explore the effects of medical conditions on everyday life. Both novels were published

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Meet your Local Community Day – 3rd March

A4G has organised a day of fun for the local community this coming Saturday (3rd March). For additional information contact A4G at hope@angelsforgrenfell.org Meet Your Local Community Day Join the A4G team and meet local people, local trusted providers, your local NHS,

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V&A BSL interpreted performances

A message from our colleagues at the V&A: Family Art Fun Pop-up Performance –BSL Interpreted Did you know that the V&A Museum in London has BSL performances especially for families? Performances are interpreted by signer Matthew Wainright from Deaf Umbrella. Matthew

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Audio-described Architecture tours

From our colleagues at VocalEyes: Audio-described architecture tours for Open House London 2017 Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 September 2017 Open House London celebrates all that is best about the capital’s buildings, places and neighbourhoods. Every September, it gives a

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Calling all Disability Equality Trainers

A message from colleagues from Transport for All: Are you a Disabled person able to run inspiring Disability Equality training sessions? Apply now!  Transport for All and Inclusion London, two leading Deaf and Disabled Peoples organisations, are looking for new

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Accessible performances at Sadler’s Wells.

From colleagues at Sadler’s Wells – I am getting in touch from Sadler’s Wells in North London as we have a number of Captioned, BSL-Interpreted and Audio –Described performances coming up this season. Please find the details of these below.

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Disability Equality Roadshow (Not ADKC event)

We have been asked to circulate information below about a Disability Equality Roadshow that is organised by Labour.  This is not an ADKC event, but might be of interest to some ADKC members (please note – ADKC is non-political and does

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