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The family of man who took his own life say they tried to contact their local mental health crisis team in the days before his death, but couldn’t get through.
Pete Morris died at the age of 29. He had developed mental health problems after a relationship breakdown.
His family tried to get help when he wrote a suicide note and went missing, but they could only leave a message on an answering machine.
His sister Abbie Warren says she thinks weekend provision from mental health crisis teams is inadequate.
Would you like to gain some work experience and build your confidence?
If you like talking to new people and enjoy collecting information then DisabledGo’s work experience opportunities available in Ards and North Down could suit you.
DisabledGo are looking for up to 10 people to help our team of surveyors collect access information.
If you feel you could help take accurate measurements, collect and record information then we would like to hear from you.
Surveyors play a vital role in helping make DisabledGo’s website www.disabledgo.com as good as it can be.
Six new cases in which disabled people have been the victims of brutal and degrading assaults have cast fresh doubt on the criminal justice system’s ability to recognise, punish and prevent disability hate crime.
It is 10 years this month since journalist Katharine Quarmby and colleagues at Disability Now magazine drew public attention to the failure to deal with disability hate crime by highlighting five horrific murders of disabled people, and asking, “If these are not hate crimes, what are?”
Please come and join DisabledGo and Lambeth Council to talk about the Online Accessibility Checker to places across Lambeth.
Lambeth’s Accessibility Checker has been available since 2016 and since then has been providing compressive access information across the borough. Everything included has been asked for by disabled people, carers, their friends and family so it covers much more than just automatic doors and ramps.
Most important of all, everywhere has been visited and assessed by trained surveyors, so you can get all the facts, knowing someone has actually been there to collect the details.
You are invited to come along to DisabledGo’s Work Experience day in Sheffield on 26th September 2017. The schedule for the day is as follows:
Morning session – there will be an information session in a classroom setting to tell you more about DisabledGo and our work.
Afternoon session – you will go out with a DisabledGo surveyor to visit some venues and collect information about their access.
You will be involved in talking to members of staff at venues about what DisabledGo does, taking measurements and using questionnaire’s to note down the information.
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