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Two innovative programmes that give people with disabilities the opportunity to develop skills and lead change in their local communities have been given over £5m from the Covid-19 Support Fund.
Leonard Cheshire are encouraging aspiring Superheroes to register for the home-based version of the popular Marvel character-inspired challenge event.
Our Director of Policy Gemma Hope responds to the ONS findings on the impact of the pandemic on disabled people in February 2021.
Our Director of Policy Gemma Hope responds to the government’s announcement that it is recruiting more 315 disability employment advisors.
Our Policy Manager Sharlene McGee responded to today’s findings from the Office of National Statistics, that disabled people are less likely to re-enter work after unemployment.
Rail union leaders are calling for more staff on stations and trains to tackle hate crimes against disabled travellers.
It has come to our notice that an expired Leonard Cheshire domain www.lcdisability.org has been acquired by a marketing company in Bulgaria, who have now uploaded a website claiming to be our charity. Please be clear, this site is in no way...
Paralympian Olivia Breen has co-designed a series of home workouts to inspire young people to exercise and challenge their friends to #ShowMeYouCan.
Our Director of Policy, Gemma Hope, responds to the Integrated Review and its effects on foreign aid.
A new supported living housing service for disabled people on the island will soon have its first tenants.