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Director of Comms and Foundation, Vivienne Francis, reflects on the start of new #ThroughOUReyes campaign wave

As we kick off the next wave of our #ThroughOUReyes campaign our Director of Communication and the Foundation, Vivienne Francis, reflects on the strength of connection and creativity to promote real change.
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CEO, Irene Sobowale, comments on Health and Care

Today, as the Government’s Health and Care Bill, which proposes working together and supporting integration receives its second reading in the House of Commons, The Disabilities Trust’s CEO, Irene Sobowale reflects on the proposed Bill.
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The Disabilities Trust bucks the national trend for gender pay gap

The Disabilities Trust has maintained its minimal gender pay gap for the year ending April 2020 – with a gap far lower than the national average.
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Director of Comms and Foundation, Vivienne Francis, reflects on the start of new #ThroughOUReyes campaign wave

As we kick off the next wave of our #ThroughOUReyes campaign our Director of Communication and the Foundation, Vivienne Francis, reflects on the strength of connection and creativity to promote real change.
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NEW Service Now Open – Birmingham

We are delighted to confirm the opening of our new supported living service in Birmingham. The four person service provides a pathway from our local residential rehabilitation services, enabling individuals to retain the gains made during rehabilitation and to continue to develop their independence, managing their own tenancy within the community. Lynsey Robertson, Director tells us more.
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CEO, Irene Sobowale, comments on Health and Care

Today, as the Government’s Health and Care Bill, which proposes working together and supporting integration receives its second reading in the House of Commons, The Disabilities Trust’s CEO, Irene Sobowale reflects on the proposed Bill.
Read more