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Restrictions lifted on Disabled Bus Pass users in Norfolk

On 04 January 2024, Norfolk County Council declared the removal of time restrictions concerning Disabled bus passes, affirming that individuals possessing a disabled bus pass would enjoy unrestricted travel at all times and on any routes within Norfolk. Previously, a disabled pass could only be utilized after 9:30 am. These changes will come into effect …

Conversations Matter – Norfolk County Council want to know what Social Care means to you

Overview Adult social care covers a wide range of activities to enable people to live independently, stay well and safe. Promoting Independence is the term used by Norfolk County Council to describe their vision for social care.  Norfolk County Council want to support people to be independent, well, and able to deal with life’s challenges …

University Transition Autism School 2023

The Centre of Applied Autism Research at The University of Bath is running University Transition Autism School (UTAS). UTAS is a series of two events (in-person or online) for autistic students (self-diagnosed and diagnosed) starting university in autumn 2023. UTAS aims to provide support to autistic students as they begin university and throughout the first …

Spectrum 10K Consultation

In September 2021, Spectrum 10K paused their study after feedback from autistic people and their parents and carers about the use of data collection, and consent and the use of data collected in future studies. The study was going to look at “the genetic and environmental factors that contribute to autism and related physical and …

Have you heard about Disability Related Expenses?

Claiming disability related expenses can reduce the amount you need to pay towards the cost of your care. If you or the person you care for: then you may be able to claim Disability Related Expenses. To find out more visit www.norfolk.gov.uk/dre This new site was co-produced with the Making it Real Board and other …

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