Organisations in your area
ableize disability directory
Covers all aspects of disability from arts, education, sports and support and contains the largest UK disabled groups and clubs section on the Internet with listings for all UK counties.
Independent Age provides an information and advice service for older people, their families and carers throughout the UK, focusing on social care, welfare benefits and befriending services. This is integrated with local support, including one-to-one and group befriending schemes.
the national careline
A not for profit company offering information about care and support for older people, their carers and their families.
The UK's leading supplier of employment opportunities for disabled people. Remploy's mission is to achieve equality in employment for disabled people.
independent advocacy alliance
Provides a comprehensive range of specialist Advocacy and related services in Warwickshire, Coventry, Solihull and surrounding areas.
Supports children, young people and adults with learning disabilities as well as parents and carers. Services include supported living, residential and respite care, domiciliary care, family support, access to community activities, hydrotherapy, training, employment services and volunteering opportunities.
Dancing Giraffe is a unique online community website bringing dedicated information, news and opportunities to the Essex disabled community, our carers, families and support network. The organisation is run primarily by volunteers, and as well as bringing a huge range of professional and commercial experience to the project, many of the team have disabilities themselves.
richmond homes and lifestyle trust
Provides people who have a learning disability in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames with a range of residential, leisure and daytime services.
stepping on out
A Richmond based charity, run by people with learning disabilities, whose aim is to enable people with disabilities to gain independence away from a college or day care environment. They make and sell their own greetings cards, bookmarks and other goods.
Provides a wide range of services concerning disabled accessibility including consultancy, training and accredited practical advice on disabled access to and within buildings. Most of their work is for companies/builders and traders/government bodies where access consultancy and audits are required. Covers UK but main focus is the Hull/Yorkshire area.
Provides an easily accessible Information and Advisory Service for people who live in the Doncaster Borough.
KEEN London is the only charity in London which offers one-to-one sports and recreational opportunities for children and young adults with special needs (our 'athletes'), and their siblings, at no cost to their families and caregivers.
st john’s school for the deaf
This is a day and boarding school for hearing impaired pupils aged 3 to 19. In 2007 it became a specialist school for sensory and physical impairments. The school is based in West Yorkshire.
Promotes independence and dignity for all disabled people. It works to identify gaps when services are being planned and developed and to ensure the needs of disabled people are included. The Federation offers advice and support to individuals, to its many member organisations and to other groups involved in disability issues. Cover Brighton and Hove area.
wokingham area access group
Home of the official disability access guide and accessibility award schemes for the Wokingham, Berkshire area.
ayrshire independent living network
Provides help and advice to disabled people in Ayrshire who wish to take control of the arrangements for their physical care by using Direct Payments and/or monies from the Independent Living (1993) Fund.
scottish independent advocacy alliance
Promotes, supports and defends the principles and practice of independent advocacy across Scotland.