At Canine Partners we are committed to continually improving the services we offer and increasing the impact we make.
Our research provides insight into the difference our services make in the lives of the disabled people we support. This enables us to provide the best possible experience for our beneficiaries, and confidence that the income we raise helps disabled people live their life to the full. We actively seek out ways to create greater impact and collaborate to measure the changes we make.
My name is Emma and I’m 26 years old. I have several conditions which affect my everyday life, including Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (EDS), Postural Tachycardia Syndrome and Anderson-Tawil Syndrome (ATS). EDS affects my joints and my skin. I can bruise and cut easily and my joints dislocate easily, too. ATS affects my muscles, which in … read more
My name is Rebecca, I’m 27 years old and I have Cerebral Palsy. I’m a full time wheelchair user and my disability affects the use of all of my limbs, which means I need a high level of personal care with day-to-day tasks. My attitude is that my disability is part of me and I’m … read more
My name is Aimee and I have Cerebral Palsy. It affects my mobility in my legs and the right side of body. I was born 11 weeks early at 29 weeks, weighing a tiny 2.11 lbs. My disability is mainly physical but my life became very isolated and lonely. I went to college but found … read more
Fiona Airey was diagnosed with Ehlers Danlos Syndrome in 2010. Fiona, who is a primary school teacher, saw her confidence diminished by the vulnerable position that her condition put her in. Fiona, who lives in Essex, said: “By 2001 I had started my career in teaching and I was very nervous about walking around school … read more