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Spring 2015 Updates from Access Ability
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Welcome to Access Ability's Spring 2015 Newsletter

Hello and welcome to Access Ability's Winter 2015 newsletter. We have various updates from the past few months as well as a new walks project from May through until July.

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Access Ability Walks

Come and join our Access Ability walks in the Blackburn and Darwen area starting from May 15th through. Everyone is welcome to join so why not get in touch. You can find more information here

Members of our Good Health Fund and Blackburn job clubs took part in our BSL & Deaf Awareness training course today. The session gave members an introduction to British Sign Language, including how to fingerspell and simple greetings. The course focused on communication and helped participants help to understand issues Deaf people may face.

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Members of our Blackburn and Good Health Fund job clubs were invited to try a print workshop. This workshop’s aim was to provide the opportunity for participants to express their feelings and thoughts through art by exploring colours, shapes and textures as well as relax through the process and introduce them to an easy technique that can be done at home.

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“The course provided by Access Ability have opened my eyes even more so to mental health, plus also provided me with the skills, tools and resources to my family member. I never thought such a short course would be able to do that and provide me with the confidence to put what I learnt into practice. I have since attended other course provided at my work place to support the skills learnt on this course”
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Members of our Blackburn and Good Health Fund job clubs celebrated their achievements during their time working with Access Ability with a night of bowling. Connected to our ‘5 ways to wellbeing’, this night encouraged social interaction and improve confidence as well as potentially recognising new hobbies and interests. Keeping socially active has a positive impact on health and wellbeing.
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