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Have you used one of our support services?

Published 14th December 2020, in Blog, Media, News & Updates

We need you!

BBC Radio Devon is doing a follow up to the ‘make a difference’ campaign they ran in the summer. Our lovely staff and volunteer team took part in the campaign and spoke about the different support and advice we provide and how we were helping disabled people, people with a long health condition and / or Deaf people throughout the pandemic.

We’d like to hear from you

BBC Radio Devon would now like to follow this up with your stories on how our support services and advice helped you during the pandemic in 2020. Have you hired an all-terrain mobility scooter this year with Countryside Mobility? Did you visit a local visitor attraction that was made easier thanks to a large print guide provided by Heritage Ability? Has chatting with our friendly Time to Talk team helped with feelings of anxiety and loneliness? Did you keep active with Deaf Active? Did you follow us on facebook, twitter, or access our website for information and advice?

Want to get involved? How to share your story.

If you would like to share your story on how our support services have helped you throughout this year we would love to hear from you. BBC Radio Devon would feature your story on one of their mid morning radio shows as a pre recorded interview. Please provide your details below and a member of our communications team will be in touch.

BBC Radio Devon - Make a Difference

BBC Radio Devon would like to hear how using one of our support services has made a difference to you during the pandemic.
  • Please give your name.
  • You might have used our Countryside Mobility hire scheme, or spoken to a member of our Time to Talk team, or just accessed information and advice off our website. Whatever Living Options Devon service you have used we want to hear from you.
  • Please provide your contact email, telephone, or SMS so we can contact you with further information.
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