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12 Apr 2021

We're still very much open for business!

It’s just over a year since we posted about how we helped Zoe, a gamer with cerebral palsy and the added challenge of tendonitis in both hands and forearms. It was our first story about how our specialist assessment team had switched from face to face contact visits to remote working, and since then we’ve successfully helped hundreds of people across all our services in a similar life-transforming way, including Rebecca, Stewart and Archie.

For now, our dedicated team will carry on working through online assessments, remote support and equipment provision. We continue to welcome new referrals as well as supporting our existing service users, so please do get in touch if you think we can help.

We’re so grateful for the incredible generosity of your support that’s allowing us to carry on changing lives in such positive ways. We hope it won’t be too long before we see you again and can say thank you in person!

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