St Georges Knights – Staffordshire’s only Powerchair Football team will soon be putting on training sessions in Newcastle-under-Lyme. The details are as follows:
We recently received an exciting opportunity for any aspiring archers and canoeists that are also wheelchair users! The details are as follows:
We recently received an exciting opportunity for any aspiring sailors that are also wheelchair users! The details are as follows:
Here is a very interesting article about travelling with a wheelchair http://www.curbfreewithcorylee.com/2015/06/26/wheelchair-travel-tips/, by a wheelchair-travelling blogger. Although he does live in America, he makes some great points which can relate to anywhere you’d like to travel to!
Have you been on holiday recently? How accessible was the accommodation/sights/transportation? We’d love to hear from you! Email us at email@example.com
Has anyone been doing any gaming this weekend? If not, would you have liked to? SpecialEffect are a charity that can help people with disabilities get into gaming. They can adapt games console control pads, to be completely accessible for you!
Check out their website http://www.specialeffect.org.uk/
The Mobility Roadshow is coming to Donington Park in Derby on 25th – 27th June! The roadshow specialises in all things mobility related, such as wheelchairs and wheelchair accessible vehicles. Admission and parking are free, so why not go and have a look!
One of our posters now has pride of place in the disabled loo at the Odeon on Festival Park.
If you have any ideas where else we could display one of our posters, or you would like to display one at your doctors surgery, workplace or a group that you attend, email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll gladly send you a printable version.
Just in case anyone was wondering, Radar Keys (used to open any disabled toilets) can be acquired free of charge from the following places in North Staffordshire:
-The Guildhall in Newcastle-under-Lyme Town Centre
-Disability Solutions located in North Staffordshire Medical Institute, Hartshill, Stoke-on-Trent
They cost £4, or £5 with key fob from Disability Solutions
They are free to residents of Newcastle Borough Council
And to residents of Staffordshire Moorlands they are £2.85
Whizz-Kidz are running some free services in Staffordshire for children and young people!