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Free Training and Workshops for Personal Assistants and Individual Employers

Living Options is providing free training for personal assistants and individual employers.

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Funding enables peer support for autistic teenage girls

The WayMakers Devon peer support workshops for teenage girls is a perfect example of the positive difference the winter pressure equality and diversity fund can make".

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Devon Deaf Community – What’s New for 2022

An update from our Deaf Led team at Living Options Devon on support and events coming up this new year.

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We’re here to help

Whether you need the information in easy read format or BSL, want further information on what a covid booster vaccination is, how test and trace works, or just someone to talk to.

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Winter Pressure Equality and Diversity Fund – Apply Now

We are delighted to be one of the local organisations delivering the ‘Winter Pressure Equality and Diversity Fund ‘. We […]

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Your Feedback on us

Your feedback helps us improve our services and shape our future support for you.

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Accessible Trails at Glen Lynn Gorge

Glen Lyn Gorge is near the mouth of the River Lyn near Lynmouth on Exmoor and was the recipient of a refurbished all terrain mobility scooter thanks to HCT Turf and the #ILoveMyGarden photo competition.

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How we have helped you during the pandemic

We know the pandemic is still ongoing, but it’s important for us to reflect on what we have achieved so […]

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Accessible Meeting Room Hire

Our offices and rooms are wheelchair friendly offering ground floor level access throughout. Our flexible layout means we can adapt our office space to meet most people's needs.

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Peter’s Legacy

"Barriers to independent living still exist, peoples horizons are limited still, and expectations are still relatively low and levels of understanding amongst the wider community are limited as to what disabled people have the capability of achieving. If we could improve that further, I think it would be a major achievement and we'd be making a major breakthrough" Peter Swain OBE

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