Posted on 13th January 2020 at 13:10
Posts tagged “Disability Inclusive”
Posted on 21st October 2019 at 10:28
The Art of Happiness in Cities Exhibition has been produced by international photographer Alexander Kharlamov, he was taking pictures at this years 'Wheel'n'Wal'k sponsored walk event so a few of you may recognize yourself in the photographs.
The exhibition features large and beautifully framed photographs (approx. 120x100 cm), using Film Photography and a rare form of Silver Gelatin Fine Printing, creating for unique and outstanding prints of many different communities from all parts of Birmingham to showcase diversity, inclusivity and multi-cultural vibrancy of city.
All pieces exhibited are available for purchase. Purchased art from the Exhibition (with 100% of proceeds going to one of our charity partners "Birmingham PHAB Camps").
Wheel'n'Walk sponsored walk 2019 Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham
Posted on 1st May 2019 at 15:00
irmingham City Council is consulting on its proposed Day Opportunities Strategy and draft Day Service Model. You are invited to come along and have your say. Here is all the information and dates below. Day Opportunities benefit older people, people with learning disabilities , autism, physical disability , and people with mental ill health across the city.
To find out more about the proposed Day Opportunities Strategy including the draft Service Model you are invited to attend one of the public meetings, you will need to book your place through our website. https://lnkd.in/eX66F4z
Posted on 30th April 2019 at 13:31
On Friday 26th April, Harborne Charity Cerebral Palsy Midlands took a group of adults from Cerebral Palsy Midlands to Sutton Accessible Community Games at BMET College in Sutton Coldfield.
We had four in our group with cerebral palsy. As well as having cerebral palsy, we had one citizen with sight loss, one with autism and one other citizen with mild learning difficulties. One of our team was also a wheelchair user. Despite their disabilities, all our team found that they had incredible abilities! They could play basketball, football, climb and aim for a target. We all had a brilliant day and got really stuck in to all the games that were available.
We experienced Wheelchair Football with the ‘Villa Rockets FC’, Wheelchair Basketball, Gymnastics, archery, the climbing wall, Cycling with ‘Park Ride’, Rugby, Table Tennis and more.
Our CPM sports team left with having achieved a medal each with a new hat and felt really proud. It really was exhilarating, we were so pleased with how disabled friendly the games were and how friendly, helpful and supportive everyone was on the day. Here are some comments;
James; “I liked riding the bikes and I liked having a go on the climbing wall. I told my mom all about it when I got home and showed her my medal.”
Karl; “I liked it, I had a fantastic day, I enjoyed going out for the day and going on the bikes.”
Amy; “I had a really good day out; I like the archery and Rugby and would definitely go again.”
Care Assistant. “It was really good and really well thought out, all the people at the activities were so helpful and would adapt the sport in any way to ensure everyone could take part. We must go again.”
Posted on 27th February 2018 at 10:19
Birmingham Phab Camps run four holidays aimed at creating inclusion for disadvantaged young people, with and without diabilities. They need your help this year to make one of their week long holidays possible.
Birmingham PHAB Camps are looking for volunteers of any age to help out on one of our fantastic holidays for young Adults week beginning Monday 2nd April.
Please volunteer and come and have the best week of your life!
For more information about volunteering you can get in touch with the team and email email@example.com.
Birmingham Phab Camps have joined forces with Cerebral Palsy Midlands and Sociability Care this year to raise funds and to raise awareness for disability. We are all walking, running and wheeling together in our Wheel 'n' Walk sponsored walk, which takes place Sunday 13th May at Cannon Hill Park in Birmingham, starting at 11am. The theme is 'colour splash' so please come as bright and colourful as possible and all the family are welcome to join in. For more information about our fantastic Wheel 'n' Walk sponsored walk and how you can be a part of our incredible day please click here.
Posted on 22nd August 2017 at 13:49
We had a fantastic 70th Anniversary Summer Sizzler on Monday 21st August, here are some images below to showcase our amazing day.
Posted on 12th July 2017 at 14:35
This session, taking place on Thursday 27th July 2017 starting at 10.00am at Cerebral Palsy Midlands is for all parents, care professionals and for those with disability.
This 'Looking Forward' parent & carer group session is an informal discussion about legal issues relevant to those affected by cerebral palsy, including Education and Healthcare Plans for children, access to community care for adults and legal help when things go wrong. Ann Houghton (http://www.anthonycollins.com/why-choose-us/meet-our-team/ann-houghton/), a solicitor at Anthony Collins Solicitors in Birmingham, will be visiting with her colleague, Nsiem Akhtar, a social worker, to talk about a wide range of legal issues including access to health and social care services (http://www.anthonycollins.com/who-we-help/individuals/community-care-claims/) and help when someone has been injured as a result of negligence (http://www.anthonycollins.com/who-we-help/individuals/medical-or-clinical-negligence/).
Please pass this on to those who may benefit from this advice and support.
If you cannot attend the session but you would like aome advice us to ask questions on your behalf please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted on 10th July 2017 at 15:07
For many years Cerebral Palsy Midlands hads worked with National Citizen Service and The Challenge Birmingham to give young people experiences working in the charity sector and working with young adults with disability.
This summer we are set to take in another 80 to 100 young people aged between 15 and 17 into our centre, to help them develop their skills for work, life and transition into adulthood.
Groups come supporting different talents from drama, music, art, film, sports and media. Todays 'Enterprise' group came with a cake decorating activity that would create an opportunity to work with and communicate with our clients. We believe that these opportunities to come into our centre really do help young people develop their confidence, develop their social interaction and understanding and hopefully give them an opportunity to develop and strengthen their skills for the future.
Posted on 17th May 2017 at 14:33
Saturday 17th – Sunday 25th June 2017
A fun filled week of sporting activities for people with or without an impairement. Actvities delivered by organisations in the city include: Cycling, Shooting, Trampolining, Basketball, Swimming, Footgolf, Wheelchair Tennis and more....
Please note that some of the sessions are FREE and open to all impairments unless otherwise stated.
All activities must be booked in advance by contacting the session provider.