Sample video from online course: ‘Disabled Adventures’

About this guide

Disability Awareness Day (DAD) is an annual event in the UK that typically takes place in July and aims to promote disability awareness and celebrate the achievements of people with disabilities.
The event was first established in 1992 and has been held every year since then. The in-person event is held in Walton Hall Gardens in Warrington, but there are also many online initiatives for wider participation, providing a platform for disabled individuals, organisations, and service providers to come together and raise awareness about disability-related issues, showcase accessibility initiatives, and provide information on various support services available.
Disability Awareness Day features a range of activities and attractions, including exhibitions, workshops, live performances, sports activities,
and information stalls. It aims to challenge stereotypes, promote inclusion, and foster a greater understanding of the challenges faced
by people with disabilities.


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