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We asked Owen Thomas, a volunteer at Fryers House in Romsey, to tell us what lockdown has been like for him. Here, Owen tells us how he managed to keep helping our residents despite having to self-isolate.
UK’s 14 million disabled people are being forgotten by the government and allowed to fall through the cracks.
Ged Beaumont is one of our volunteers. He tells us how he's been continuing to volunteer and fundraise for us during the coronavirus pandemic.
Isabella has been volunteering from home during the coronavirus lockdown. She tells us how she has found the experience.
Dick Harris has been involved with us for 50 years. He tells us about his journey from resident to staff member and how the charity has changed over those years.
With massive levels of PPE required across our services, many of our colleagues have been working tirelessly to make sure it gets to where it's needed.
On Global Accessibility Awareness Day, Angel Perez explains how technology enables inclusion for jobseekers with disabilities.
Steve Tyler is our Director of Assistive Technology. On Global Accessibility Awareness Day, he tells us about how assistive technology can help everyone stay connected in a challenging world.
Samantha Slater, activities coordinator at Symonds House in Hitchin tells us how her role has changed and how your support helps our staff.
Caron Lever, Service Manager of our Bradbury Wing service in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne tells us about the importance of personal protective equipment (PPE).