GUERNSEY should invest in its own Wetwheels boat to add a bit of ‘magic’ into the lives of those with disabilities.
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ISLANDERS have welcomed plans to expand an online access guide to feature 100 extra disabled-friendly venues.
DISABILITY legislation helps to change attitudes towards disabled people and ensures they can reach their full potential and play a part in society, Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson has said.
A DEPUTY who parked in a space for disabled drivers was apologetic yesterday after he faced a barrage of criticism from islanders.
THE island is 20 years behind the UK when it comes to dealing with disability issues, according to one property owner.
SOME adults with disabilities will still be able to use The Croft respite centre into next year, Health and Social Services minister Hunter Adam has said.
‘WE STILL need answers’ was one carer’s opinion following a meeting last night about plans to alter respite care.
CALLS have been made to help disabled islanders play a more active role in sports as a lasting Paralympics legacy.
WHEELCHAIR users will soon be able to access States meetings.
INDEPENDENT living, health and wellbeing, access to opportunities and protection against discrimination are key areas that are currently being considered as part of the development of a disability and inclusion strategy.
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