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Drive from WheelChair Tuition, Shrewsbury

30 July, 2014 - 23:01 -- Anonymous (not verified)

Haydn of Alpha Automatic has taken specialist Advanced ADI training at the Queen Elizabeth Foundation for the disabled, in Hi-Tech Drive from WheelChair driver training.

Haydn has experience teaching in customers own Drive from Wheelchair vehicles, using 2 & 4 way joy stick Space drive, systems, including MiniSteer. Familiarisation, Learner Driver tuition available.

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Reviews for Drive from WheelChair Tuition, Shrewsbury

Anonymous

I used Alpha Automatic Drive from Wheelchair Hayden the instructor is very knowledgeable and helped. Me get used to driving with my new controls a great help, haven't driven since my accident. very patient and understanding.

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Extratime was developed by two parents of children with profound disabilities who were frustrated at the lack of out-of-school care for their own children.

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Brighton and Hove

Extratime Inclusive play and leisure services, training and consultancy

16 August, 2013 - 10:09 -- Anonymous (not verified)

Extratime’s mission is to provide high-quality, affordable out-of-school activities for children and young people aged 5-19 years with disabilities, in a safe, fun environment working closely with parents/carers, school staff and other professionals to fully meet the needs of every child/young person and in partnership with statutory and non-statutory organisations to increase the opportunities for inclusive play and leisure.

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Leonard Cheshire Disability is a charity working for a society in which every person is equally valued.

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UK

Bendrigg Trust provides outdoor activity courses for people of all ages who are disabled. The aim of the Trust is to promote integration, encourage independence and build self-confidence through the use of residential experience and the safe provision of adventurous outdoor activities.

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UK

The East Sussex Association of Blind and Partially Sighted People (ESAB) supports people who are blind or partially sighted and living in East Sussex. Launched in 1921, ESAB has helped thousands of people regain their independence, confidence and wellbeing.

Catchment Area: 
East Sussex

The Fed, Centre for Independent Living is a User-Led Organisation providing advice and support services for disabled people living in Brighton & Hove.

Catchment Area: 
Brighton and Hove
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