Press releases

Leonard Cheshire Disability’s Greenhill House service in Bath will benefit after a team of fundraisers signed up to run the city’s half marathon for the home.

People living with cancer will be among those to benefit following an inspiring act of charity from a 50-year-old Essex man.

Gyms, leisure centres and other sports facility providers in the UK are failing to provide activities many disabled people feel they can participate in.

Our head of policy and campaigns Patrick Olszowski responds to Sir Stephen Bubb’s report on the care of people with learning disabilities.

Our head of policy and campaigns Patrick Olszowski responds to today’s disability employment figures from the ONS.

Disabled residents at Bells Piece care home in Farnham, Surrey stand to benefit following an inspiring act of charity from the niece of a woman with Down’s syndrome.

Channel 5’s weather presenter Sian Welby has been presented with an award from the Mayor of Wandsworth for her role in supporting disabled and older people in her home borough.

Leonard Cheshire Disability’s Yorkshire and Gloucester based Can Do programmes is thrilled to announce it has won a share of the £1.2million National Youth Social Action fund to expand its work in the regions.  

Leonard Cheshire Disability chief executive Clare Pelham comments on the continued use of 15-minute care visits.

A runner with a bionic hand is taking on the London Marathon to raise awareness of stigma and infrastructure barriers faced by disabled people.

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