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

New job vacancy at PAN Travel

PAN Travel, part of DDCIL’s social enterprise the People’s Ability Network, has a new job opening for a driver. All details can be found below and on our Job vacancies page. People’s Ability Network (PAN) Travel Driver 16 hours per week, school term time only. Approximate working times 7:30 – 9:15 and 14:30 – 16:15. Role: […]

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Depression and Anxiety Support Group – Dates for 2016

Every month DDCIL holds a Depression and Anxiety Support Group in Ripley that is open to all. This is a peer support group which means it is run by people who themselves are going through, or at some point in their lives have been through, depression and/or anxiety. The group’s aim is to provide a […]

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International Day of Disabled People

Disabled people face physical, social, economic and attitudinal barriers that exclude them from participating fully and effectively as equal members of society every day. The International Day of Disabled People on 3rd December is a good time to face challenges. The emotional support of counselling respects confidentiality and offers a safe place where people can […]

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