We All Matter Eh?
Have re branded and launched their new website to showcase the first of the Hidden Disabilities videos and factsheets.
Find out more about what islanders have to say about why living with a hidden disability is different and what you can do by
We All Matter, Eh? have launched their new Hidden Disability Brain Injury Factsheet and video. There are 15 more Hidden Disability stories to share that need sponsorship to go live, more info…
Liberation Day – parking details for Blue Badge holders
Go to the official Liberation Day website for details of where to park and where the accessible toilets are.
Deputy Jane Stephens elected to senior committee
Previous Disability Champion will oversee Social Policy on Deputy Gavin St Pier’s new Policy and Resources committee.
Welcome to the GDA website
If you have a question about living life as a disabled person in Guernsey, why not ask other disabled islanders? It’s a small island, someone is bound to know the answer.
The first step is to look in our Frequently Asked Questions to see if what you are interested in is something that a lot of people want to know.
If that doesn’t work, send us a message using the Contact Us page and we’ll try to help.
This website was built by disabled islanders, and the local charities who support them, as a place where disabled people and their family members can share information and experiences.
For information in person, especially if you would like to discuss your individual circumstances in confidence, drop in to the Health Information Guernsey next to the Ron Short Centre at Beau Sejour or in the foyer of the new block at the PEH or call 01481 707470.
If you have found this site because you are planning to visit our lovely islands and want to know about access to hotels, attractions and other public buildings, there are two sources of information:
Meet our patron
We are thrilled to have Paralympian and parliamentarian, Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson DBE, as our patron.
Changing attitudes towards disabled people in Guernsey can be a real uphill battle. Knowing that Tanni believes in what we are doing and is there for us if we need support is a huge boost for all our members. Tanni came to the island to help put the case for disability equality law in January 2013.
To find out more, go to our Newsblog. Follow Tanni on Twitter @tanni_GT.