PA DATABASE HULL

Choices and Rights PA Database Hull has Various Personal Assistant Vacancies available at http://forum.padatabase.org/ or http://hull.padatabase.org contact the office on 01482878778 or email esw@choicesandrights.org.uk for further information.

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Virtual Jobs Fair

Rachel(Project Manager) will be taking part in JobCenterPlus’s #virtualJobsfair today. Between 1pm-3pm. She will be available on Facebook and Twitter to answer any questions about how to become a Personal Assistant and what the role involves. She will also be advertising the latest job vacancies from The Hull PA Forum.

We look forward to you taking part.

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New Twitter Page

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Choices and Rights PA Database

Choices and Rights PA Database Hull has Various Personal Assistant Vacancies available at http://forum.padatabase.org/ or http://hull.padatabase.org contact the office on 01482878778 or email esw@choicesandrights.org.uk for further information.

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Studying in uk as a student with isabilities

Studying in UK as a disabled student

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AMAZON SMILE

AMAZON SMILE

Shop at Amazon Smile to support Choices and Rights

It’s the same Amazon.com you know-same products, same prices- but 0.05% of each purchase is donated back to Choices and Rights at no cost to you. It’s a simple way to help support our organisation.

For further information and accessing the Amazon smile please click the  Amazon Smile picture below below.

Thank you for using Amazon Smile and selecting Choices and Rights ass your chosen charity

 

 

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Are you a wheelchair user?

Are you a wheelchair user?

 

Could you help Anthony with his research project?

This research will aim to investigate the impact of social support on wheelchair users’ daily lives and their are emotional well-being. Examples of social support could be financial, emotional, access to venues and assistance from family/friends. The project will also look to see if there is a difference between wheelchair users from birth compared to ones who needed the use of a wheelchair later in life. Findings could possibly highlight areas in which there needs to be further government funding or new creative ideas to help enhance wheelchair users’ social lives and their self-esteem.

https://uelpsych.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_dhBBFrNmzP66h3n

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New mixed ability ruby team is looking for new players.

www.mixedabilitysports.org

New mixed ability ruby team is looking for new players.

They started last year and recruited 6 Players who had never played rugby before. After a summer of training they had a game against Halifax Mixed Ability and won. They are now embarking on our 2nd season and are looking for players of any ability or any disability to join their team.
Looking for further information or wanting to know more about the project:
Call Linus on 07966 047428
Or
Call Malcolm King 07824 396286 or email Chairman @Hessle RUFC

 

International Mixed Ability Sports is a not for profit community interest company who have developed and are championing the Mixed Ability Model. Their vision is to enable people of all abilities to be equal members in clubs and communities using the power of sport and education

 

 

 

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New urgent treatment services available for East Riding of Yorkshire residents

MEDIA RELEASE 23 February 2018

New urgent treatment services available for East Riding of Yorkshire residents

People living in East Riding of Yorkshire will soon be able to take advantage of improved access to care and treatment for their minor injuries and illnesses with the opening of three Urgent Treatment Centres, open 16 hours and two 8 to 8 Centres in the East Riding.

 

More information available in our news section

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The British Wheelchair Pool Players Association

 

The inaugural Kamui 9-ball Championship open to players with all disabilities

The British Wheelchair Pool Players Association are proud to announce the Kamui 9-ball Open disability Championship, which will take place 11-12th August 2018 at the birthplace of the Paralympics Stoke Mandeville Stadium in Aylesbury. For those new to 9-ball pool, the sport is perhaps most associated with the Mosconi Cup on Sky Sports

This event is the first of it’s kind, and will see players of all physical and sensory disabilities showcasing their talent. With just a small entry fee of £10.00 per player which will be paid out in the prize fund, join us for our first ever festival of disability 9-ball pool!

We invite players to use the classification system used at WDBS disability snooker tournaments to check their eligibility for the tournament. However if you are unsure of your eligibility please contact the BWPPA Chairman Tony Southern. You can email Tony on tony.southern@bwppa.com

Disability Classification

The Venue

The Wheelchair Cuesports Academy based within Stoke Mandeville Stadium began hosting BWPPA tournaments in 2014. With 8 championship standard pool tables and Aramith Pro Cup TV balls the academy gives the best playing experience ever seen in wheelchair pool in the UK. Kitchen facilities are also available to prepare refreshments.

Accommodation

The Olympic Lodge adjacent to Stoke Mandeville Stadium, to arrange accommodation, contact Tony Southern 07736551771 or email tony.southern@bwppa.com by Thursday 2/08/18

** FOOD MUST BE BOOKED WITH ROOMS TO GET THESE FOOD PRICES **

Please see below prices for accommodation/food.

£44.67 per night (fri/sat) per room (twin)
Rooms are £43.33 (Sunday) and £48.67 (Mon-Thur)

Cooked Breakfast per head – £4.63
Continental Breakfast per head – £3.40

Let’s rack and roll!

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