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Leonard Cheshire Disability paid tribute to its shining stars in a prestigious ceremony at Speaker’s House, Westminster.

A group of carers from North Ferriby in the East Riding of Yorkshire have been recognised for their dedication to providing excellent care by an international charity at an awards ceremony in Speaker’s House, Westminster.

A Wiltshire woman has been recognised for her dedication to providing excellent care at an awards ceremony in Speaker’s House, Westminster.

Leonard Cheshire Disability head of policy and campaigns responds to the Lord’s Select Committee report on the impact of the Equality Act 2010 on the lives of disabled people.

A disabled ex-chef is sharing his passion for cooking with staff and visitors at a disability day centre in Surrey, giving them the skills they need to cook independently.

Barnet Wood Lane has been rated ‘outstanding’ by the CQC (Care and Quality Commission) — the highest possible rating the national commission can award.

Leading disability charity Leonard Cheshire today called on government and employers to take action to realise the potential of disabled employees.

Leonard Cheshire Disability policy manager Alice Mitchell-Pye responds to today's ADASS report into adult social care.

Head of policy and campaigns Patrick Olszowski comments on the publication of the Maynard review on the accessibility of apprenticeships.

Neil Heslop OBE is joining Leonard Cheshire Disability as chief executive on 1 October.

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