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The Implications of the DDA for health promoting organisations


The Disability Discrimination Act has implications for all service providers and employers. The Health Education Board for Scotland (HEBS) intends to commission some training which is aimed at health promoting organisations (voluntary organisations, Health Boards, Primary Care, Community Education etc) to raise awareness of the act and the implications for the delivery of their services.

The training will be held in the Spring of 2001 at a venue in Scotland.

If you are interested in finding out further information, please phone Helen Cogan on 0131 536 5500 or e-mail [email protected] and send your postal address

Helen Cogan

2 Responses

    Having been sole provider for Employment Service provision (NWDS-Work Preparation for people with a disabilities), having taken my previous employer through disability symbol, chairman for a focus group within the NW District, staff training on DDA, DDA workshops to organisations, local authority etc, updates to curent legislation, all deliverd on-site.

    If you are interested in discussing further the please e-mail – [email protected]

  2. Disability Awareness Training for organisations
    After many years of being involved with people who are perceived as different in the community,I am able to appreciate the difficulties that that people experience because of their differentness.

    With the introduction of the Disability Discrimination Act,organisations need to develop their staff potential,in terms of the act,by raising their awareness of Disability issues thus providing equality for all.

    If you are interested in discussing further please e mail to
    errol,[email protected]


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