DAISY SUPPORTING NATIONAL HATE CRIME WEEK!
Throughout National Hate Crime Week Daisy Inclusive UK will be proactively educating our beneficiaries, the local community and a wider audience through drop-in sessions, workshops, presentations and social media platforms. Our aim is to educate people on what a Disability Hate Crime is, what to do if you are a victim of witness of one and the support that is out there.
If you want to report a disability hate crime incident please get in touch with us on 0151 261 0309 or email on email@example.com. Our Hate Crime Team will talk to you about the next steps that can be taken and the support that we will offer you.
However, if it is an emergency call 999!
WHAT AN ACHIEVEMENT!
Our very own Dave Kelly has become the first blind person to achieve a Royal Yachting Association Powerboat Level 2 Licence! Click the links below to find out more!
DAVE KELLY'S MOTIVATIONAL SPEAKER YOUTUBE CHANNEL!
Check out Dave Kelly’s NEW Motivational Speaker YouTube Channel!
CLICK THIS LINK FOR THE CHANNEL – https://youtube.com/channel/UCZoq7FZxzx2v_NNmZ65Oggg
Exciting new videos and podcasts will be uploaded regularly so don’t miss out!!!!!
Our Training Facilities
Our award-winning training services are still being offered!
We have adapted our training sessions to be accessed via zoom as well as face to face when possible. Either way you are guaranteed a high quality training session you will always remember!
For more information please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call this number 0151 261 0309.
Important Travel Information
The Merseylink Bus Service
The Merseylink bus service is Merseytravel’s dial-a-ride service for people with mobility problems or difficulties, who cannot use ordinary public transport some or all of the time.
Click the link below to find out if you are eligible for membership, how to apply, terms and conditions, how to use your scooter on board a Merseylink service and Merseylink’s contact details.