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I am a blind man with a vision. This vision being the inclusion of all disabled people to reach their true potential and this is to be done by breaking down the barriers within society.
Through this approach my aim is to support our disabled community through the transition from inactivity to activity, school leaving age to adulthood, education to meaningful employment and beyond.
Through the mediums of Sport, Education and Employment, we support our community in achieving what mainstream society typically assumes impossible for someone with a disability.
As fate would have it, I have a chance in a million eye disease but I have still not won the lottery, which is roughly the same odds.
Daisy UK's three-fold approach to equality and inclusion. Assisting disabled people to fulfill their true potential and grasp opportunities, through sports, education and employment.
Creating pan-disability sports clubs
The creation of inclusive sports clubs for young people with a disability, siblings and friends schools, colleges and further education
Disability and visual awareness through sport courses for children and youngsters in schools, colleges and after school clubs
Disability and Visual Awareness Courses
Disability and visual awareness through sport courses for staff and volunteers in schools, colleges and other organisations
Caring for an ill or disabled child can be physically and emotionally tough, and you may find it helpful to talk to parents in a similar situation. Being able to get support from other parents and to offer support where possible will help you to feel less isolated.
Daisy Inclusive UK provides support, advice and information to families with disabled children, no matter what their disability
Support groups are an ideal way to meet other parents and carers in a similar situation, for friendship, for opportunities to socialise and to share information.
Meetings will take place at Daisy Inclusive UK and the main reason of the support group is to provide mutual support.
Call or visit our website for more information.