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A disability charity is rolling out a new initiative across campuses offering support for disabled Jewish students.

Working in conjunction with UJS Hillel, Jewish Blind and Disabled aims to give the students greater independence through providing specialist equipment, help with living arrangements and improved access to facilities. JBD chief executive Hazel Kaye said: “We’re really testing the water to see what students need from us.”

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