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 Over 350 present and past clients, their families and carers, the mayors of Brent and Harrow, Brent’s Council Leader and staff of the Asian People’s Disability Alliance celebrated APDA’s 30-year provision of day care and homecare to the disabled Asian community in NW London, on 29 Novermber…reports Asian Lite News

Over 350 present and past clients, their families and carers, the mayors of Brent and Harrow, Brent’s Council Leader and staff of the Asian People’s Disability Alliance celebrated APDA’s 30-year provision of day care and homecare to the disabled Asian community in NW London, on 29 Novermber.

Guests at ‘The Drum’ in Brent Civic Centre were entertained by performances from Muskaan, APDA’s very own wheelchair dancers, AddictiveTV, who will be part of Brent’s Borough of Culture programme, and the Tamarind Theatre Company. Music was provided by Naraynn PN. Clients and staff persuaded over 100 guests to join them in a Train Dance around the tables.

 by . A charity and successful social enterprise, the importance of APDA’s culturally sensitive provision to the Community was emphasised by speakers and Pradip Shah, its Chair, and Michael Jeewa, its co-founder, presented APDA’s remarkable history and achievements, including supporting disabled communities overseas and advocating for the rights of disabled people at the UN.

Zeenat Jeewa, APDA’s CEO, hosted the evening and looked forward to an even more successful next 30 years.

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