QEF Open Day successfully showcases our Hubs mission
The QEF team at Carshalton has delivered another successful free open day this week displaying a comprehensive range of adapted vehicles, products and services for independent living.
Disabled people to benefit from better journeys thanks to service station funding
Journeys will be easier and more comfortable for disabled people with more than a third of motorway service stations set to have Changing Places toilets.
REAL Accessibility Event – Tower Hamlets
This charity-led event brought together a range of displays that demonstrated how locals living with restricted mobility can benefit from greater independence.
Disability charity QEF offers free open day for disabled people of all ages to discover latest mobility solutions
QEF will be hosting a free-to-attend mobility open day on 9th October so disabled people of all ages can discover the latest solutions for mobility, including driving adapted vehicles
Driving Mobility and REAL charities to host accessible travel event to help NE London elderly and disabled
REAL ACCESSIBILITY EVENT. Thursday 3rd October, 10am – 4pm. Mile End Art Pavilion, Clinton Road, E3 4QY
South East DriveAbility Open Day launches new partnership with East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service
Successful Open Day event to launch a new partnership with East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service (ESFRS) enabling increased access to driving and adaptation assessments
Driving Mobility launches pilot ‘Hubs’ scheme to support elderly and differently abled persons in improving their community and outdoor mobility.
“This new provision of advice and information delivers multiple benefits for the public, communities, local authorities and the health service.”
Driving Mobility charity seeks help of NE London elderly and disabled to improve accessible transport services
“Our London Project offers a really important opportunity for elderly and disabled locals living in North East London to make a difference to transport services. We have already gathered vital feedback from locals however we need more.”
People with hidden disabilities can access Blue Badges for the first time from today
Extension to Blue Badge scheme comes into force in England today for people who have non-visible disabilities, making travel easier