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A government website providing comprehensive details of "Financial help if you're disabled". Links to vehicles and transport, home and housing, etc.
A national website dedicated to the buying and selling of new and used disability equipment. Includes a section of useful information and links to other support services to help you when looking into purchasing disability equipment. “Our long term vision for this service is to be…
A website providing information about grants available to parents of children with disabilities. Updated regularly with information about grants available across the UK.
Merton CIL runs a Disability Hate Crime Support group which is held on the first Monday of every month between 1.30 and 3.30pm. Call Charlet for more information.
DLS is a charity aiming to provide information, advice and assistance to those with disabilities and their carers. Free legal advice and factsheets are available.
Disability Rights UK produce high quality information, products and services developed by and for disabled people. For more in depth information see the Disability Rights Handbook available on line.
Arranging holidays for disabled people with medical conditions and disabilities. Not sure on something or have a question; then just ask us, we aim to ensure you are 100% happy with every detail of your holiday from the time of booking until you return home.…
DisabledHolidays.com are the experts in arranging accessible holidays for disabled children or children with special needs. Booking a disabled children’s holiday with us means that you'll be dealing with the experts - caring, knowledgeable and dedicated to finding a holiday that is right for you.…
DLF is a national charity that provides impartial advice, information and training on daily living aids. DLF produce fact sheets about things to consider when buying equipment and operate a loan library. Their demonstration centre is located in Wandsworth.
Discretionary support funds are available to help students aged 19+ meet the costs associated with further education. Support is targeted at those in greatest need and can include help with course fees, childcare, transport, trips and equipment.