Before launching Enable in 2010, she headed up Teesside based charity North East Centre for Independent Living - an organisation dedicated to improving the lives of disabled people, their carers and families.
What does NECIL stand for?
NECIL stands for North East Centre for Independent Living (Cleveland, UK)
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- New England Culinary Institute (since 1980; Montpelier and Essex, Vermont)
- Northeast Climate Impacts Assessment
- Northern European Command Infantry Competition
- New England Chinese Information and Networking Association (Andover, MA)
- National Environmental Coalition on Invasive Species
- New England Coalition for Inclusive Scouting
- Nippon Electronics Corporation Information Systems
- Northwest European Council of International Schools
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- National Evangelical Church, Kuwait
- New England Custom Knife Association
- New England Collegiate Karate Conference (sister of North American Karate-do Foundation; Boston)
- New England Chinese Karate Federation
Samples in periodicals archive:
ACCOUNTANTS Horwath Clark Whitehill is helping Teesside charity the North East Centre for Independent Living (NECIL) expand its range of services for disabled people in the region, including plans for a new pounds 4m centre of excellence in Middlesbrough.
UKSE has provided space in its Innovation Centres in Redcar and Hartlepool for the successful Aroma coffee house outlets run by The North East Centre for Independent Living (NECIL).
Aroma is run by the North East Centre for Independent Living, which supports disabled people.
The cafe and shop on the High Street were opened in April 2004 by the North East Centre for Independent Living, a registered charity.