DEAEP is a charitable social enterprise that offers training to sick, disabled, unemployed, and other vulnerable individuals.
We were founded in 2013 by Jayne and Nicola Linney, Tony Hamon, Wayne Naylor; in response to the cuts arising from the government’s Austerity agenda. This and the associated changes to the social security available to disabled and disadvantaged people has created an increase in stress to claimants.
Since the closure of companies like Remploy, cuts to legal aid and the increased demand on organisations such as C.A.B, the support available for sick and disabled people to assist them with assessments, tribunals or training has become very scarce
As disabled people are disproportionately affected by these cuts; in some cases up to 9 times more than other benefit recipients: DEAEP have responded by developing a training course to help disabled, vulnerable people, carers and families; this affords participants with a firm understanding of…
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