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Say Aphasia: building a community for those overlooked

Aphasia isn’t a well known condition and therefore many living with the condition can feel alone. It is usually caused by damage to the left side of the brain, which is responsible for understanding and communicating language. Colin, CEO of Say Aphasia shares his story with us.


Celebrating Learning Disability Week

This June, Learning Disability Week (20 to 26 June 2022) will celebrate the amazing impact of people with a learning disability in our society and shine a light on the issues many still face. 





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HEALTH: Understanding sleep and pain

Sleep is an essential function, allowing our minds and bodies to recharge, develop and heal from illness. Despite its importance, as many as 16 million adults in the UK experience sleepless nights with nearly a quarter having no more than five hours of sleep each night.


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