January 2017 Newsletter

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Disability Information Scotland E-News
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New Year and New E-News!

Happy New Year from all the team at Disability Information Scotland.

This month sees the launch of our brand new E-Newletter. Last year Disability Information Scotland went through a transition which included us changing our name, re-branding, and launching our new website. We got such positive feedback, we decided that our monthly e-newsletter could do with a make-over too.
We hope you like the new look and we'd love to hear your feedback!
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In other news

The Launch of the Power 100 List 2017. Shaw Trust are sponsoring the Power 100 List 2017, a celebration of Britain’s most influential persons with a disability or impairment.

'Your guide to flying with a disability'Tryb4ufly are holding an event at Edinburgh Airport to support disabled people who are considering travelling by air. The day is suitable for individual travellers and parents of disabled children who are considering flying together with health care and support professionals who want to guide their service users.

Get artistic with Forth Valley Sensory Centre! The workshop “See You – Are You Listening To Me? ’is designed to be a fun, interactive and inclusive event featuring music, dance, poetry and sculpture amongst other activities.

Living with Chronic PainThe Carnoustie Medical Group are running a patient information event ‘Living with Chronic Pain’ covering:
What is chronic pain and how can it be managed and the importance of staying active.

Tackling Fuel Poverty Together. The Community Liaison and Partnership Team at Home Energy Scotland is running a free training and networking event which are designed to bring together individuals and organisations committed to tackling fuel poverty. The training will provide an insight into the causes and effects of fuel poverty as well as support available.

Scotland’s interpreting video relay service. Action on Hearing Loss training event for BLS users in Greater Glasgow.  


 
Gig Buddies event leaflet

January's Special Feature: 
An Additional Support Needs Awareness Event.

Gig Buddies is extremely proud to announce an additional support needs awareness event in collaboration with Independent Venue Week.
Independent Venue Week is a 7 day celebration of small music venues around the UK and a nod to the people that own, run and work in them, week in, week out.
Now in their 4th year of running the festival, this is the first time IVW have collaborated with another project to run an awareness event and they have chosen Gig Buddies as their partner.
Gig Buddies have put together a great line up of acts that highlights the work of Gig Buddies participants, volunteers and some of their friends.
Read more about the event on our website.

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Got an upcoming event or some other news you'd like to share? We'd be happy to feature this in our newsletter. Please call us on 0300 323 9961 or email us at info@disabilityscot.org.uk. You can also share your news with us on Facebook and Twitter using #shareinfo4change.
 
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