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Want to share your views and have your voice heard? There are many campaigns happening locally and nationally which are helping raise awareness on the things that matter to you.

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We support Purple Tuesday

Ask your local shops to make a commitment to improving access. This could be through implementing the hidden disability sunflower lanyard scheme, or supporting customers with sensory needs with formal quiet hours.

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50 years of Pride

This year the UK is celebrating 50 years of Pride. On 1 July 1972 a ‘carnival parade’ of protest was […]

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BBC Make a Difference Awards 2022

BBC Local Radio has created a new award campaign to celebrate people who are going above and beyond to make […]

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Devon Voluntary Action Launches New Social Kindness Campaign

Devon Voluntary Action (DeVA) has launched social kindness volunteer recruitment campaign to encourage everyone in Devon to build more vibrant and healthy communities.

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Better Health: Every Mind Matters Loneliness #EveryMindMatters

As part of the Better Health: #EveryMindMatters campaign, the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport are encouraging people to ‘Lift Someone Out of Loneliness’ by taking a simple action to help someone who may be feeling lonely.

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Children’s Mental Health Week 2022

This week is Children’s Mental Health Week (7-13 February 2022) which is organised by Place2Be. This year’s theme is Growing […]

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How easy has it been to find and keep Personal Assistants?

If you are a person who employs Personal Assistants (PAs), you can help by completing a survey. A “Personal Assistant” […]

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Captioning Awareness Week

Nearly one in five (18%) of UK adults are deaf, deafened or hard of hearing.  Fewer than 1% is fluent in British Sign Language, this means captioned performances are vital for the 11 million who want to enjoy the arts like anyone else.

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Tell us about your care

Your feedback will help the CQC develop new services for disabled people, with their needs central to their plans.

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Chronic Pain – share your experience

DR UK and Chronic Illness Inclusion would like to hear from people with as many different types of energy-limiting and chronic pain conditions as possible.

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