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Our Future Choices programme worked with the people living in our services to drive the work we do.

We caught up with Judy and Professor Nora Groce, Director of the Leonard Cheshire Disability and Inclusive Development Centre at UCL, to hear about their respective celebrated careers in the realm of disability, their friendship, and what they see for the future of disability inclusion.

In the next edition of Nikki's diary, she tells us about her last race before the Gold Coast.

Anderson Gitonga is the CEO of United Disabled Persons of Kenya and a co-investigator of the Bridging the Gap research project.

Charlotte V. McClain-Nhlapo, Global Disability Advisor to the World Bank, addresses the solutions to the challenges raised by the Bridging the Gap research. 

We recently co-hosted a Twitter chat with Everyday Ableism to ask about different social care experiences. 

Nikki Emerson, Team England athlete and Can Do Sport ambassador, begins her Commonwealth Games Diary. The wheelchair racer started her road to Gold Coast 2018 with an impressive third place at The Big Half.

The bubbly 26-year-old is an ambassador for Leonard Cheshire’s new Can Do Sport programme, which encourages young disabled people to get active and campaigns to remove barriers to participation in sport.

Wheelchair racer Nikki Emerson will be part of Team England at the Commonwealth Games 2018. The 29-year-old is keen to lend her backing to our Can Do Sport programme, which helps disabled people get involved in sport and exercise and breaks down barriers to participation

Paul and Mary may no longer be together on Great British Bake Off but their namesakes from our Symonds House and Agate House service’s romance is certainly blossoming.


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