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Physio students support ‘superheroes’ with disabilities at Winter Wonderwheels

News item - Posted on 12/02/2018

12 February 2018 A senior physiotherapy lecturer and more than 30 students volunteered as ‘superhero sidekicks’ at the UK’s first ...

Wheels4Fun gets disabled cyclists in the saddle

News item - Posted on 12/02/2018

12 February 2018 Physiotherapist Trish Cunnison is inviting others in the profession to support Wheels4Fun, the Saturday group she set ...

A criminal matter: Hate Crime Awareness week

Frontline article - Posted on 02/10/2017

As Hate Crime Awareness Week approaches, Jess Belmonte looks at the implications for physio staff. Since the vote to leave ...

The changing face of disability

Frontline article - Posted on 30/01/2017

Cliff Towson calls for the barriers that blight the lives of disabled people to be removed. Samantha Renke, star of the ...

Therapists and disabled children run Hackney photo show

News item - Posted on 06/10/2016

6 October 2016 We Need to Talk, an education project run by therapy staff in east London for disabled teenagers, culminated in a ...

CSP survey shows members with dyslexia face barriers to work and study adjustments

News item - Posted on 06/05/2016

6 May 2016 A CSP poll has revealed that many members with dyslexia experience problems gaining the reasonable adjustments they need at ...

Wheelchair mission brings new lease of life to Kenyans with severe disabilities

News item - Posted on 12/01/2016

12 January 2016 A visually impaired physio is helping a charity to distribute second hand wheelchairs to severely disabled people ...

Film is ‘invaluable resource’ for people with cerebral palsy

News item - Posted on 04/12/2015

4 December 2015 Cerebral people, a film in which young people with cerebral palsy take over the camera to tell their own stories about ...

APCP conference: children with disabilities deserve better care, says Dr Karen Horridge

News item - Posted on 20/11/2015

20 November 2015 The future for children and young people with cerebral palsy is in all of our hands. ...

Let common sense prevail: should MPs job share?

Frontline article - Posted on 02/11/2015

Mike Cassidy argues that MPs should be allowed to job share to make parliament more representative. At the 2013 TUC Disabled ...

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