Supporting disabled
people to lead

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

Access Belper event

How would you like to play a vital role in making Belper ‘The Understanding Town’? Access Belper is a new initiative to broaden our understanding of everyone’s needs. With awareness raising and training, our Town’s friendliness and understanding can make an uplifting difference to everyone’s experience. Access Belper aims to broaden our understanding of everyone’s needs through: Raising disability awareness Raising awareness of other life changing […]

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DDCIL AGM report

The DDCIL AGM is next week, on this page you can find the AGM report to download. Please contact us if you would like this in any other formats. -The DDCIL board of trustees. DDCIL Annual Review 2013-14 DDCIL Annual Review 2013-14 (2 MB)

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Healthwatch Derbyshire, an independent consumer champion for health and care services, would like to gather the views and experience of people with physical disabilities about accessing health and care services. This includes going to the doctors, dentists or hospital. A national report has identified that people with disabilities can sometimes find it more difficult to […]

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