for the disabled mobility roadshow
OXFORDSHIRE BASED charity Dogs for the Disabled will be exhibiting at The Mobility Roadshow 2001, which takes place at The Transport Research Laboratory at Crowthorne in Berkshire from 15-17 June 2001.
Dogs, clients and staff from Dogs for the Disabled will be on hand throughout the show to talk to visitors about the work of the charity and the enormous difference the dogs make to the lives of their disabled owners.
Dogs for the Disabled, a small but expanding charity with headquarters in Banbury and satellite training centres in Exeter and Middlesbrough, trains dogs to work in partnership with disabled people.
The Mobility Roadshow is the world's largest outdoor mobility event for disabled and elderly people and their carers. It aims to give anyone with a mobility problem the chance to see what is available to help solve that problem.