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We know this is a worrying time for everyone and the safety and wellbeing of the people we support, our staff and volunteers, remains our priority.
Alice Atieno Ouma is one beneficiary of the Education for Life project. She is 18 years old and lives with her husband and child in Wakesi village, Muhoroni Sub-County, Kisumu County, Kenya.
Linda tells us about her experience with online disability hate crime during the pandemic.
Neil tells us about how he's been able to stay connected during the pandemic thanks to our Discover IT @ Home programme.
Touch is an important aspect of day-to-day life for Mandela George Gaya, a student with a visual impairment living in Kenya. But once the coronavirus pandemic hit, social distancing measures and stigma around disability left him feeling like a...
Every child has a right to an education. An education that is inclusive and that values every learner. Amalie Quevedo is part of our International Technical team. She explores how Universal Design is an essential part of inclusive education.
The coronavirus pandemic is continuing to affect the world. Whether that's from everyday living to employment and education. Amalie Quevedo is part of our International Technical team. She explores the impact of the pandemic on our inclusive...
Michelle Lecheminant is the deputy manager at our St. Bridget’s service in West Sussex. She tells us what working on the frontline during the coronavirus pandemic has taught her.
Amar Latif contracted coronavirus in March 2020. He tells us about what it was like to be admitted to hospital as a blind man and what the experience taught him.
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.