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Between 16 – 22 June, ecdp is supporting the Mencap campaign to promote Learning Disability Week 2014

On 10 June 2014, the Minister for Disabled People, Mike Penning MP, released a Ministerial Statement about Access to Work.

On Wednesday 04 June, ecdp hosted a Photography Day at our Chelmsford office

On Tuesday 03 June, Cindy and Laura from ecdp joined Chelmsford CVS to celebrate Volunteers Week 2014 with Chelmsford Community Radio.

Take part in our communications survey for your chance to win a Samsung tablet!

Essex County Council is currently running a project to update their privacy notices for service users. You can have your say at a focus group on 09 June 2014

Between 1 June and 7 June 2014, it is Volunteers' Week. ecdp will be celebrating our own volunteers this Friday 30 May 2014

On 08 May 2014, ecdp and Barclays joined forces to deliver their second event to local businesses, to support them to become more Disability Confident

Between 12 - 18 May 2014, ecdp is supporting Mental Health Awareness Week. 

Donegal Centre for Independent Living (DCIL) presents a new video called 'Independent Living: It's My Life'

On Tuesday 08 July ecdp is hosting a focus group to discuss accessibility in Chelmsford, Essex. Book your place and have your say

It is with deep sadness that ecdp announces Bob Jamieson, an original founding member of ecdp, has passed away.

We are looking for ecdp members to come along to ecdp HQ on 04 June 2014 and spend the day with our professional photographer, Jeff

Due to the Bank Holidays over the coming weeks, please note our payroll deadlines for your information

ecdp is delighted to announce it has been awarded the Direct Payment contract by Thurrock Council until 2017, for which we are the current provider.

We have produced a series of nine films, answering common questions frequently asked by disabled people, businesses and the general public

People in West Essex who get funding from the NHS for their continuing healthcare will now have a greater say in how that money is spent.

We recently asked our members their views on information sharing. Find out what they said in the results of our flash poll

The firm Atos, which assesses whether benefit claimants in Britain are fit to work, is to finish its contract early, ministers have confirmed

We would like to know if you feel sharing your personal information is a barrier to accessing services

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