UK Directory: Community
Disability - information & services
121 Care & Mobility
Suppliers of Mobility Equipment including the hire of Wheelchairs and Mobility Scooters in Canterbury, Whitstable and Herne Bay.
Suppliers of Fashionable footwear for all widths, shapes and sizes
For Everything about Bridlington, events, days out, rainl informtion and friendly forum
Avenues East Leisure is a major provider of sports and leisure activities for people with physical, sensory and/or learning disabilities in Suffolk. In the Ipswich and Woodbridge area we run a weekly swimming session for people with disabilities at Crown
Disability Awareness Training for businesses to meet the needs of the disabled
Training & consultancy on disability & diversity. Support to disabled people re employment and training.
Local Guides and directories for parents and children, young people and older people across the North East
Supporting people with a disability or health related condition to obtain and sustain employment
A charity run organisation that provides information and support for disabled people, especially children, their carers and relatives, also for professionals working in this field.
Hampshire Friends with M.E.
County wide support group for M.E. sufferers
HarlowOnline Information Service
Welcome to HarlowOnline Information and MOR Service. HarlowOnline Information is a voluntary non-profit online service.
Hereward College is a general FE College in Coventry providing both day and residential places
Inclusion is a disability consultation and service provider
Leisure Choices for adults with learning disabilities
Leisure choices in and around East Surrey for adults with learning disabilities
LEPMIS game access solutions
Manufacture of specialist accessories to help disabled people play computer games.
macsvision is the website for care givers or personal assistants who seek help comfort and relaxation. Although aimed at Scots in particular, these site can be used by all nationalities.
Mytchett Frimley Green & Deepcut
Focus on the three villages. Information for Local Residents and Visitors
Professional Electronic Notetaking communication support services for deaf and hard of hearing people.
Service for vulnerable people
SNAAP is unique in what it does. It provides not only support for families with special needs children and young people but also provides days out, taster sessions and regular groups and clubs which they can attend.