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Disability Derbyshire

Disability Derbyshire Coalition for Inclusive Living (DDCIL) works to apply disabled people's ideas and experiences to developing services and public policies.

We exist because disabled people realised that disability is caused by the way society is organised, and not by the way their bodies, senses or minds work.

Latest news

Funding Cuts to DDCIL – DCC Consultation

Derbyshire County Council is going to be making huge cuts across the voluntary and community sector. This will mean the end of a lot of important front line services and could include all of DDCIL’s current services. The council is currently running a consultation on the potential impact of these cuts. For DDCIL this could mean […]

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DDCIL is still open for business, despite the threat of impending budget cuts

Our doors are still open, and it’s business as usual for our services while we go through the Derbyshire County Council consultation process and prepare for any budget cuts coming our way. The Direct Payment and Support Planning Team are as busy as ever, helping Derbyshire County Council Direct Payment recipients to calculate the most […]

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Volunteering in Sport Opportunities – IMPACT

Derbyshire Sport June 2016 is being promoted as Inclusive Volunteer Month during which disabled people are being encouraged to volunteer at sports clubs and organisations. This is part of the IMPACT project which aims to help clubs and organisations become more inclusive get more disabled people into sport increase disabled volunteers’ confidence and skills. Volunteering […]

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