Optua’s Suffolk Disability Sport Academy has been highlighted in a national report on the London 2012 Olympic Games by the Department for Culture Media and Sport, (DCMS).
Leonard Cheshire Disability has won one of the most prestigious accolades to be awarded in the charity sector at the Charity Awards 2008.
The Tennis Foundation, in association with the International Tennis Federation (ITF) and Invacare Europe, is delighted to announce today that the 2009 Invacare World Team Cup will be held in Nottingham for the third time in the history of the ITF’s flagship annual wheelchair tennis team event.
Last week, Danny Wallace, the ex Southampton, Birmingham City, Manchester United and England winger, was presented with a plaque by the PFA’s Chief Executive Gordon Taylor to mark his new role as an ambassador for The National Association of Disabled Supporters (NADS).
On 17th September, the Paralympic Flag will be handed from the Mayor of Beijing to the Mayor of London. This final Handover Ceremony marks the start of the build up to the London 2012 Games and the beginning of the London 2012 Education Programme.
> Government pledges £900,000 towards independent living and launches support programme for councils19th June 08
Minister for Care Services Ivan Lewis announced an extra £900,000 to help disabled people work towards having more independent lives.