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During the last three decades, our trustee Darren Hughes has been fundamental in helping people with life-changing physical disabilities to live full lives, using his own experiences of the new life he made for himself after being paralysed in a swimming pool accident at the age of 25.
Imagine you have experienced life-changing injuries or illness. The challenges you face are daunting. You have to come to terms with your new condition, possibly as a permanent wheelchair user or with severely restricted mobility.
For our latest Ethos Group trustee Janet Jones, our charity holds a very special place in her heart. Our work has transformed the new life her son, Will, now leads after he was involved in a motorbike accident where he suffered life changing spinal cord injuries.
Our clients go through a journey which is very unique to them - no two cases or stories are the same.
We are dependent on the kindness and generosity of people for Ethos to continue growing and thriving.
At Ethos, we are committed to providing our clients with the best quality of life while they’re with us, and giving them the skills to continue this lifestyle once they have moved on to their permanent home.
With the NHS on its knees and us needing it more than ever, bed blocking has become a national crisis. At Ethos, we think it’s time to put an end to bed blocking.
Darren's Mission
11 Nov 2019
We often take our everyday lives for granted - being able to nip to the pub, accessing public toilets and even using the pavement.
As we collect in the last of the donations, we thought it was about time to tell you what our 12-month fundraising campaign has got us into recently!
Here at Ethos, we have made it our mission to help people with life-changing physical disabilities enjoy independent lives. As a registered charity, the work...