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The sites listed below are all well worth a visit for further help and information.

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Disability access disabilities Disability - Access All Areas...
Disability Discrimination Act access audit services giving DDA compliance by reasonable cost effective means...
disabilities attorneys Disability Attorneys...
Find Disability Attorneys for help on claiming disabilities benefits under disability law.
Including Disability Compensation, Disability Retirement Plan and Disabilities Discrimination
disabilities rights The Disability Rights Commission - Homepage...
The Disability Rights Commission (DRC) is an independent body established to stop discrimination and promote equality of opportunity for disabled people. We have set ourselves the goal of a society where all disabled people can participate fully as equal citizens regardless of disabilities."
health and safety Health and Safety Training...
Training is an integral part of developing a company's human resources and ensuring that the tasks at hand are conducted properly and, in some cases, to statutory requirements.
disabilities rights Your child's birth horoscope: Natal Chart and Report
Detailed horoscope for your child for today! Birth place - London. Access for previous charts is possible as well.

The Rowan Organisation - Offers support and services to disabled people, centred around independent living.
High Hopes - Provides adventure holidays in the UK and abroad for people with learning and physical disabilities.
Queen Elizabeth's Foundation For Disabled People - Promoting equality and help for disabled people. Includes links to some excellent specialist centres.
Fast - Foundation for assistive technology. The website has a database of all Assistive Technology research and development currently happening in the UK.
Disability Scotland - Disability related information in Scotland, for example: clothing, holidays, and continence database. Designed to be accessible to all disabled and non-disabled people.
Telegraph Online - Originally the Disability Telegraph BBS, founded in 1987 for downloading information to Braille machines and speech synthesisers.
Disability Now - Published by Scope. This newspaper is for anyone interested in disability. Covering news, features, profiles, arts, sport, classifieds and more.
Hereward College - UK's national Further Education college for students with physical and/or sensory disabilities.
HAFAD - London based disability charity run for and by disabled people providing a wide range of services.
Disability North - Charity working with and on behalf of disabled people.
Gardner, Matt - Info about me and the National Association of Bikers with a Disability.
Redbridge Mencap - Local charity supporting children and adults with learning disabilities and providing a range of leisure and recreational activities and a befriending service.
Wheelchair Travel - Accessible transportation services for the disabled solo traveller, or small group, who wants to plan a unique itinerary and "do their own thing".
Access-Ability - Resources, games, links, classifieds, and more.
StopGAP - Dance company of abled and disabled bodied people offering workshops and performances.
Jubilee Sailing Trust - bringing together able-bodied and physically disabled people throughout the medium of tall ship sailing and building.
Royal National Institute for the Blind of the United Kingdom - Services and information for visually impaired people, their caregivers and professionals.
Sight Savers International - Works to prevent and cure blindness in developing countries.
British Association of Teachers of the Deaf (BATOD) - Information and news about the organisation and its events.
British Deaf Association - Resource for deaf people that reflects every aspect of deaf culture and provides a global space for deaf people to share ideas and experiences.
Guide Dogs for the Blind Association - Purpose is to enhance the mobility, independence and quality of life of sight impaired people by providing guide dogs and other services.
Hearing Dogs for Deaf People - Charity dedicated to training, providing and supporting dogs to help deaf people.
Royal National College for the Blind (RNC) - Contains the current prospectus plus information on a wide range of services to people who are blind or partially sighted.
Wheelchair Travel - accessible transportation services for the disabled solo traveller, or small group, who wants to plan a unique itinerary and "do their own thing".
Whizz-Kidz Trek - Provides mobile aids to disabled children.
Motability - National charity helping disabled people.
Disabled People's Electronic Village - Provides free computer training for disabled people from the Kirklees area.
Centre for Independent Living - Glasgow, Scotland - First stop of information on independent living and finding a personal assistant.
See Hear - BBC-TV weekly magazine programme for deaf and hard of hearing people, produced in sign language with open subtitles.
Viewpoint - Accessible news and discussion for people with learning disabilities, their families, and careers using signs, clear print and photographs.
British Institute of Learning Disabilities - Committed to improving the lifestyles of people with learning disabilities.
seeAbility - Works with adults who are visually impaired and have other disabilities to develop independence and enhance the quality of their lives. Actively engaged in research on Juvenile Battens and other diseases.
Artsline, London - information and advice service for disabled people on arts and entertainment.
Royal Association in Aid of Deaf People (RAD) - committed to meeting the individual needs of people affected by deafness.
Regional Rehabilitation Unit - Northwick Park Hospital. Provides specialist rehabilitation services for patients with severe, complex disability which may include physical, cognitive and communication deficits.
Disabled Drivers' Motor Club
Wheelabilly Rockers - club formed to promote linedancing for all and in particular to encourage the enjoyment of linedancing by disabled people alongside able-bodied dancers.
Computer Centre for People with Disabilities (CCPD) - provide support for all disabled students.
No Limits - sport club for disabled children.
Sustrans - civil engineering charity that designs and builds routes for cyclists, walkers, and people with disabilities. Promoting a national cycle network for England.
British Society of Dentistry for the Handicapped - The national society for everyone interested in the oral health of people with disabilities. Advice and help available for disabled people or their carers.
DDLG - disability information and genealogy centre.
Resources on the History of Idiocy - bibliographies and primary source material on mental retardation and learning disabilities.
National Blind Children's Society UK - charitable organisation providing information, advice, support and a variety of services to both blind and partially blind children from 0-18 throughout the United Kingdom.
Deaf-UK Mailing List - offers deaf people in the United Kingdom the opportunity to discuss issues, exchanging information and opinions with others.
Heart'n Soul Music Theatre - disability arts group in the UK, working principally with learning disabled artists in Southeast London.
Everybody's Hotel Directory - listing of UK hotels each with accommodation and a restaurant which can be used by anyone, able bodied or disabled.
Contact a Family - UK charity helping families caring for disabled children.
Hearing Concern - UK national charity for hard of hearing and late deafened adults. Contains factsheets and coping strategies information, plus links to other websites.

KCS - offers adaptive computer equipment for disabled users.
Nottingham Campaign Against the Job Seekers Allowance - unemployed claimants group campaigning against benefits cuts, Project Work (workfare), and New Deal. Supports the disabled and single parents.
DASH - Disability Advice and Information, St. Helens - free, confidential and independent information and advice service for disabled people, their families, careers, or anyone with an interest in disability matters.
Taylor House, Oxford - providing accommodation and services for disabled students in Oxford.
Disability Now - published by Scope. This newspaper is for anyone interested in disability. Covering news, features, profiles, arts, sport, classifieds and more.
Sight Savers International - works to prevent and cure blindness in developing countries.
MicroCentre - a multi disciplinary team addressing computer human interfaces primarily for the benefit of the disabled.
South London Dial-a-Ride Ltd - door-to-door accessible transport service for disabled and elderly people who can not use, or find it difficult to use, public transport.
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National Disabled Persons Housing Service - UK organisation offering support and advice to disabled people suffering accommodation woes. They are an alliance of housing associations and voluntary groups (listed here) and give details of services to members.
DIAL UK - Disablement Information and Advice Lines throughout Britain provide help for thousands of disabled people. DIAL UK is the national organisation for these services.
Leonard Cheshire - UK-based charity supporting disabled people with home care services, day centres, independent living schemes and other services. They also work in a couple of dozen other countries. A spot of cash from you would help.
Whizz-Kidz - "The UK's fastest growing and most dynamic children's charity", raising money to give disabled children wheelchairs, trikes and walking aids (2,000 kids helped already). Find out how to help their fund-raising efforts and where you can find Whizz-Kidz therapists around the country.
Recoverypages.com - Is a site run by volunteers. It has its own support forum, a journal and contains lots of useful information on all sorts of disability.
The Orpheus Centre - Recognized for the excellence of opportunities it offers young disabled and non-disabled people to develop their skills in Performing Arts. It aims to give opportunities for people to work together creating music theatre, which is then performed in front of an audience. Exellent facilities. -
A project of the Orpheus Trust, a charity founded by Richard Stilgoe in 1985. Reg. Charity No 292501.
Disability Direct - A voluntary organisation based in Derby giving information & advice for Disabled people and carers alike - also offering training facilities for anyone involved in help & caring.
Family-friendly-fun.com - Special needs family friendly fun - enhancing the quality and fun of family life with special needs - nice site with lots of useful links.
Wheelchair Access - Excellent voluntary site giving listings of wheelchair accessible places across the UK from pubs, restaurants & clubs to museums theatres ect. Plus lots of other helpful information.
The Charity Library - Would your charity like to receive ongoing recognition totally free of charge? Well look no further than charitylibrary.co.uk. The site has been designed to offer a fully searchable database of all charities to anyone wishing to get involved in charity fund-raising and has no commercial interest. To register just e-mail them with all your information.
Charity Choice - A comprehensive directory of UK charities online.
Charity Services - A directory of goods and services for charities.
Goodwill Gallery - A listing of free goods and services for charities to collect - constantly updated.

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