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Useful organisations

This section of DLF Data contains details of numerous voluntary organisations, Government agencies, support groups and other contacts that may be useful to older and disabled people and their carers. If you find any information that is incorrect please email Data Services to let us know which 'Contact' is incorrect and what information needs changing. If you would like to be added to the database please complete these questions.

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Children/Leisure

Aims to provide children with sports wheelchairs and give an opportunity for participation in sports through help with training and travel to sporting events. Activities include giving children with a disability the opportunity to participate in sports including: marathons, athletics, skiing, rugby, basketball, fencing, tennis and snooker. Also helps with the provision of manual wheelchairs, trikes for children to use every day at home, to go to school and enable them to play with their friends.

Address:

  • 4 Chandlery House
  • 40 Gowers Walk
  • London
  • E1 8BH

Aims to bring happiness into the lives of children in the UK. Children supported come from a range of backgrounds, some have learning difficulties or are physically handicapped, others are seriously deprived or abused. This is achieved through grants, entertainers, play equipment, holidays and by offering advice.

Address:

  • 14 Church Square
  • Leighton Buzzard
  • LU7 1AE

A free postal lending library of Touch to See books for adults and children with sight loss. Special versions of pictures with raised surfaces come to life when fingers feel them. Soundtracks direct the fingers, telling the stories of the pictures and describing their features. Colour versions are included which can be shared with sighted friends and family. The Library Catalogue is extensive and covers fun, exciting and informative topics designed for all ages. You can view the catalogue on the website or phone and ask for a copy to be sent.

Address:

  • Unit 8 Kingsclere Park
  • Kingsclere
  • Newbury
  • RG20 4SW

Provides assistance to young adults and children who are experiencing hardship or deprivation; principally by the use of educational and social training. Activities include: holiday provision; education opportunities; countryside maintenance training; residential care; run sports activities.

Address:

  • Redcastle Station
  • Tore
  • Ross-Shire
  • IV6 7RX

Theatre which is open Tuesdays to Saturdays, all year except September. The main auditorium is wheelchair accessible via a lift. The theatre is equipped for hearing aid users via an induction loop system. Signed performances are offered for main theatre shows. The theatre provides organised workshops on drama, crafts and puppetry. In-school workshops can be arranged for children who cannot travel. Courses are run for teachers, therapists and anyone working with people with a disability.

Address:

  • 240 The Broadway
  • Wimbledon
  • SW19 1SB

Aims to provide disabled people with the opportunity to ride and/or carriage-drive. Opportunities also include social activities and holidays.

Address:

  • Norfolk House
  • 1a Tournament Court
  • Warwick
  • CV34 6LG

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