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Dial-a-Ride

Dial-a-Ride is a free door-to-door transport service for people whose permanent or long-term disabilities prevent them from using public transport. It can be used for trips such as shopping, visiting friends and family and travel to leisure activities.
PO Box 68799LondonSE1P 4RD

Dimensions

Dimensions provides community-based, person-centred support packages for people with learning disabilities, complex needs and autism. Our goal is to help them be actively engaged with, and contribute to, their communities. We also work to support people at risk of entering institutions. Our services include: CQC-registered…
3rd Floor Euro House1394-1400 High RoadLondonN20 9BH

Disability BackUp

Disability BackUp is an independant user-led forum for disabled people living in Hackney. We give disabled people over 18 the opportunity to be consulted on issues affecting them, have their say and influence change in the borough. Our goal is to empower individuals to participate…
22 Dalston LaneLondonE8 3AZ

Disability Rights UK

Disability Rights, a disabled person-led organisation, works to promote equality and enhance opportunity for diabled persons. We provide advocacy, advice and information and also campaign for the rights of disabled people and to influence local and national policy and practice. We also run several helplines providing…
Ground Floor, CAN Mezzanine49-51 East RoadLondonN1 6AH

Disabled Badge Holders

The Blue Badge Scheme does not apply in the City because of the pressure on parking spaces but there is allocated parking in the Square Mile for people with disabilities. Wherever your vehicle is parked you must display the clock and the Blue Badge so that the serial number, expiry…

Disabled Children's Partnership

The Disabled Children's Partnership is a growing coalition of more than 50 charities cand organisations which have joined forces with families to launch the Secret Life of Us campaign. The campaign brings to life the challenges, and the joys, that disabled children and their families…

Disabled Children's Register

The Disabled Children's Register is the register of children and young people (birth to 19 years) living in the City of London who have special needs and disabilities (SEND). It is used to ensure that the City have the right services in place to meet the needs…

Disabled Children’s Service

Monday to Friday 9am-5pm
The Disabled Children's Service provides social care support for families with disabled children. Our aim is to act early on before a situation can develop and have serious consequences for the child and family. We carry out a detailed child and family needs assessment, which informs the…
1 Reading LaneLondonE8 1GQ

DisabledGo.com Online Accessibility Checker

DisabledGo is an Online Accessibility Checker providing factual information for 125,000 of venues across the UK, including 1,000’s of venues in London. This includes information for Barts Health NHS Trust. DisabledGo has access guides available for wards, departments and services at the Trust’s hospitals. For…
Unit 7Arlington CourtArlington Business ParkArlington Business Park

Do-It

The UK’s national volunteering database, Do-it.org makes it easy for anyone to volunteer in their community. Do-it.org lists over 1m volunteering opportunities that are posted by volunteer centres, national/local charities and voluntary groups. Enabling 200,000 people every month to donate their time and build their skills, Do-it ensures that…
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