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Gertrude was born in 1915 in South Africa. She left school too early and received no education whatsoever. She moved to England in 1961, aged 50, with 3 children and 2 dogs. Life without proper education and profession had been … Continue reading
UCanDoIT are thrilled to be finalists in the People’s Award category of this years Tech4Good Awards. Our work makes huge difference to the lives of people with disabilities as these videos show. Please vote for us here or on Twitter using #T4GUCanDoIT . Every … Continue reading
“I was invited to attend the Wandsworth Carer’s network support group to talk about the service we offer at UCanDoIT. ” says Mary Payne, CEO of UCanDoIT. “As I myself am a carer for my beloved aged parents I found … Continue reading
This Wednesday is World Sickle Cell Day – Sickle Cell is a hereditary, often debilitating, life-long blood condition. This day was created by the United Nations to recognise that sickle-cell anaemia is one of the world’s foremost genetic diseases. Approximately 14,500 … Continue reading