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This week is Birmingham Disability Sport Week and you can get involved

Why not get involved and try out a sport taster session during Birmingham Disability Sport Week 2014?

View the programme of events across the city at this link on the DRC website:

http://disability.co.uk/sites/default/files/resources/BDSF%202014%20Prog...

DRC News Update - June 2014

DRC News update June 2014 front cover

Read the latest edition of our News Update online by clicking on this link:

http://en.calameo.com/read/00067546747463d00a45f

 

Modern office space available to rent at the DRC in Kitts Green, Birmingham

Office to rent Flyer

Highly professional office space at high specification accommodation in east Birmingham

Our flexible tenancy options provide office space for small and medium sized organisations and individual traders, on short or long-term lettings.

Located near Birmingham International Airport and M42 Junction 6, the site is also close to local shops and services.

Fully accessible and at very competitive rates

Facilities include:

•Modern infrastructure

•Fully accessible

•Car parking spaces available

Disability Resource Centre event at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery - Friday 23 May 2014

Have you ever visited a public building and thought to yourself, why didn’t they ask disabled people about their own access needs before spending money and making changes?

Well here’s your opportunity to offer your views about an important and valuable building at the heart of Birmingham’s heritage:

Disability Resource Centre are supporting a visitor research event aimed at disabled people taking place at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery on Friday 23 May 2014 from 1.30pm.

Calling All Disabled People’s User Led Organisations in the West Midlands

Logos of regional DPULOs organising these events

12th March 2014

Jasper Carrott Suite, St Andrew’s Stadium, Birmingham B9 4RL.

9.30AM à 4PM

On behalf of the Office for Disability Issues, Disability Resource Centre (Birmingham), invites you to attend a Regional DPULO Event. The event is free for DPULO members and staff. We are delighted to support the Office for Disability Issues to offer this exciting opportunity for DPULOs in the West Midlands region to come together.

Please take advantage of this opportunity to:

Safe and Sound Courses 2014

Safe and Sound logo

DRC are starting 2014 with our Safe and Sound courses running at BITA Pathways in Digbeth and at City and South Birmingham College in Hall Green.

Safe and Sound is a free 10 week programme of activities to help you become more aware of personal safety, security and protection matters. The courses are run by a partnership of five local organisations who are members of Midlands Consortium of User Led Organisations.  

These include CP Midlands, Focus Birmingham, Freshwinds, Midland Mencap and DRC.

A Day In My Shoes

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Disability Equality Sessions

Designed and Delivered

by Young People to Young People

Do you have a youth club, school or college group who would like to take part in one of our peer led awareness sessions?

Get in touch and we will arrange a free 1-2 hour session to suit your group

Contact Pete Millington
0121 248 4530

pmillington@disability.co.uk

Disability Resource Centre with funding from National Express Foundation

Heart Your Heart Course a huge success

Disability Resource Centre recently concluded a training course in personal health issues called Heart Your Heart. The course was aimed at people who had heart conditions, were at risk of developing heart conditions or were family members of a person in these at risk groups. Twenty three people successfully completed the 6 week course which started in March 2013. 
 
The course was followed up with a session from West Midlands Fire Service on the practical aspects of Heart Start Training.  
 

Do you know about the At800 switch over?

Do you have a long term health condition or disability? Are you having any problems with your television recently? Is it pixelated, blurry or uncomfortable to watch?

We may be able to help if your problems are due to the At800 switch over!

Why might 4G cause interferance?.

Some 4G mobile services will operate at the 800 Mhz frequency, the same band certain Freeview services operate close to.Because of this, 4G signals on the 800 Mhz frequency band may interfere with Freeview services.

Who is at800?

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