Helping To Make Life Easier For Disabled People In The Boston Area
We meet on six Thursdays a year from 1.30pm to 4pm at
Mayfields, Broadfield Lane, Boston PE218DW
Why not join us and make a positive contribution?
We cover many aspects of living with a disability, from the obvious, for instance blindness or mobility problems, to the hidden, such as cancer, hearing loss and heart problems, to name a few.
We can also guide people to the most appropriate organisations/agencies, according to a person's individual needs.
For more information please contact us on 01205 359032 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Boston Disability Forum
The Forum is a large contributor to making life easier for the disabled residents of Boston. In order to achieve this, they work with the Borough and Count Councils as well as other organisation, both public and commercial. The group meets six times a year to discuss disability issues and plan any work required to resolve such issues. They also invite guest speakers to our meetings.
They are desperately in need of new members, both disabled and able-bodied, and are urgently seeking a new Chair and Secretary as the current postholders will be stepping down at the Annual General Meeting in October 2018.