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What did you say? – Access to communication, information and knowledge for disabled people

8 August, 2019 - 18:00 to 20:00

Let’s talk about how we as disabled people navigate communication and information. We all have different access requirements and experience various disabling barriers, whether as neurodiverse people, autistic people, learning disabled people, people with mental health needs, people with information processing needs, Deaf people, and people with sensory or physical impairments. Access to communication, information and knowledge is an important issue that is often ignored or overlooked when talking about our right to equal access.

What did you say? – Access to communication, information and knowledge for disabled people

6 August, 2019 - 13:00 to 15:00

Let’s talk about how we as disabled people navigate communication and information. We all have different access requirements and experience various disabling barriers, whether as neurodiverse people, autistic people, learning disabled people, people with mental health needs, people with information processing needs, Deaf people, and people with sensory or physical impairments. Access to communication, information and knowledge is an important issue that is often ignored or overlooked when talking about our right to equal access.

Social Prescribing Service Manager at Bury VCFA

The ideal candidate will have significant experience of leading and delivering projects. You will also have a proven track record of delivering client focused services and experience of developing and maintaining partnerships with a range of stakeholders. Experience of Social Prescribing will be beneficial.

The role has overall responsibility for the Management of the Social Prescribing Service in Bury, responding to emerging knowledge on social prescribing, working closely with the Primary Care Networks.

Hours: 
35 hours per week
Salary: 
£28,000 - £30,000 per annum
Location: 
Bury
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Female Domestic Violence Prevention Programme Facilitator at TLC: Talk, Listen, Change

TLC: Talk, Listen, Change is a dynamic, leading relationships charity based in Manchester. Their RESPECT accredited Bridging to Change Domestic Violence Prevention Programme (DVPP) is developing and growing, and they are seeking to recruit enthusiastic, experienced, committed individuals to a number of posts. 

Hours: 
Full time and Part Time hours considered (minimum 20 hours – maximum 37 hours)
Salary: 
£13.19 per hour (based on a full-time salary of £25,475)
Location: 
Salford and Trafford, Greater Manchester
Shared Topic Areas: 

Integrated Partner Support Service Worker at TLC: Talk, Listen Change

TLC: Talk, Listen, Change is a dynamic, leading relationships charity based in Manchester. Their RESPECT accredited Bridging to Change Domestic Violence Prevention Programme (DVPP) is developing and growing, and they are seeking to recruit enthusiastic, experienced, committed individuals to a number of posts. 

Hours: 
Full time (37 hours) and part time hours available
Salary: 
£13.19 per hour (based on full time equivalent of £25,475)
Location: 
TLC, Talk Listen Change
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Male Domestic Violence Prevention Programme Facilitator at TLC: Talk, Listen Change

TLC: Talk, Listen, Change is a dynamic, leading relationships charity based in Manchester. Their RESPECT accredited Bridging to Change Domestic Violence Prevention Programme (DVPP) is developing and growing, and they are seeking to recruit enthusiastic, experienced, committed individuals to a number of posts. 

Hours: 
Full and Part Time positions (20 hours – 37 hours per week)
Salary: 
£13.19 per hour (based on a full-time salary of £25,475)
Location: 
Greater Manchester
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UK tour for play about lives of hidden young carers

12 Apr 2019 - 11:44 by michelle.foster

A play about young carers in Salford that “knocked MPs sideways” is about to embark on a national tour in June 2019. Who Cares

The show, Who Cares, was written by Matt Woodhead and co-produced by The Lowry and LUNG. It was made in partnership with Greater Manchester Charity, Gaddum and its Salford Carers Service and is funded by Arts Council England and the Oglesby Charitable Trust. 

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