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Your nomination really counts

Your nomination really counts £1,000 could make a big difference to the work we do to empower disabled people to […]

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Non-disabled workers earn a sixth more than disabled workers

New analysis published by the Trade Union Congress (TUC) shows that non-disabled workers now earn a sixth (17.2%) more than disabled workers. The analysis found that the pay gap for disabled workers currently stands at £2.05 an hour – or £3,731 per year for someone working a 35-hour week.

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Living Options Charity Christmas Tree at Princesshay

Our Living Options tree is now in place and decorated at Princesshay, Exeter The charity tree initiative run by Princesshay […]

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An update from Devon Wellbeing Hub

The Hub is one of 40 NHS mental health and wellbeing hubs that were set up across the country, funded by NHS England, in response to the impact of COVID-19.

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Our Summer Nature Art Competition

Living Options ran a nature-themed art competition open to anyone in Devon - people across the county Joined in to be in with a chance to win some amazing prizes

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Cost of Living Crisis: Tips on how to save money 

Inflation could reach 11% within months, putting more pressure on household finances so we've put together some information to help you with the cost of living crisis.

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Cost of Living Crisis: Help with spiralling energy costs

In recent months the costs of gas and electricity have spiralled up due to the increasing wholesale costs of oil […]

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Living Options Devon, in Exeter, has a range of rooms you can hire

Our affordable meeting rooms are fully furnished and fully accessible. Our rooms offer free WIFI, air conditioning, AV equipment, and have flexible layouts to fit your needs.

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Deaf jurors supported by BSL interpreter for first time.

For the first time in England and Wales, deaf people have been able to fulfil their civic duty and serve on a jury, supported by British Sign Language (BSL) interpreters.

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New LGA guide, be a councillor

The Local Government Association, which represents more than 350 councils in England and Wales, has launched a new guide as part of its flagship Be a Councillor campaign, to support disabled residents who may be interested in representing their local community at their next local election.   

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Stoptober is back!

Whether you want to start breathing easier, feel the energy boost or even have a little more money to spend, there has never been a better time to stop smoking. Remember, it's never too late to join the thousands of people quitting smoking this October.

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Support the call for a review of disabled people’s energy support

London Inclusion is sponsoring a call for a thorough reassessment of social security support for disabled people, to end the […]

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Fully funded training opportunities are available in Devon

Free training opportunities are available through the Health and Social Care Skills Accelerator Programme Proud to Care is a Government […]

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Get a £30 Gift Voucher: King’s College London want your experience of storm Eunice

A research team from King’s College London are looking for people who had power cuts for two or more days […]

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