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Useful contacts

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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Provide computer training for disabled people on how to use the Internet in their own homes at an affordable cost. The project arranges for qualified tutors to visit disabled people in their own homes, who check that computer equipment is up-to-date and in working order and then delivers a course of sessions.

Address:
  • 1 Taylors Yard
  • 67 Alderbrook Road
  • London
  • SW12 8AD

Promote understanding of all aspects of brain injury and provide expert input to policy makers and others through working parties and conferences, briefings to the All Parliamentary Group on acquired brain injury. UKABIF is a membership organisation.

Address:
  • Box 2539
  • Kemp House
  • London
  • EC1V 2NX

Umbrella organisation for charities and professional bodies concerned with deafness. The council supports and celebrates the diversity of deaf people including deaf, deafened, deaf blind and hard of hearing people.

Address:
  • Westwood Park
  • London Road
  • Colchester
  • CO6 4BS

The United Kingdom Deaf Table Tennis Association (UKDTTA) was founded in 2008. They are a member of UK Deaf Sport and have links with the English Table Tennis Association (ETTA). They have a dedicated team of hearing and deaf committee members whose main aim is to promote table tennis for deaf and hearing impaired people.

The UK Sports Association (UKSA) promotes, facilitates and supports talented sports people with learning disability in the UK to train, compete and excel in national and internatinal sport.

Address:
  • 1st Floor
  • 12 City Forum
  • London
  • EC1V 2PU

Aims to relieve people suffering from thalassaemia; promote and co-ordinate research and educate people on the problems of thalassaemia. Offers counselling to suffers and carriers and brings together families, patients and well-wishers to exchange ideas and information.

Address:
  • 19 The Broadway
  • Southgate Circus
  • London
  • N14 6PH

Offer an installation and handyman service, discounted for anyone with a disability. Can build any flat pack furniture or carry out other remedial tasks such as hanging picture, attaching grab rails etc.

Address:
  • Suite 6
  • Old Town Hall Chambers
  • Shoreham-By-Sea
  • BN43 5DD

Offer support to families and individuals affected by rare chromosome disorders. Publish a newsletter three times a year. Produce a database detailing lifetime effects of rare chromosome disorders on affected members. Provide information for people affected by rare chromosome disorders and professionals. Open Mon-Fri, 9.00am - 5.00pm, answerphone at all times.

Address:
  • PO Box 2189
  • Caterham
  • Surrey
  • CR3 5GN

UPDATE is Scotland's National Disability Information Service, a disability-led organisation, a company limited by guarantee and a recognised Scottish Charity. Aims to improve the quality of life for disabled people in Scotland by enabling information providers to offer accurate, up-to-date and relevant disability-related information. Provide general information and a signposting service to individuals; the main services are to member organisations and agencies throughout Scotland. These include local, regional and national voluntary sector organisations, public sector agencies. A number of Scottish independent bodies are also include in the membership. The membership services will benefit any agency that needs accurate, up-to-date disability-related information relevant to Scotland. Provide members with a wide range of disability related information, resources and support services all relevant to Scotland. Offer a range of flexible membership packages, designed to suit the particular needs of different types of organisation.

Address:
  • Hays Community Business Centre
  • 4 Hay Avenue
  • Edinburgh
  • EH16 4AQ

Aims to assist all who are about to undergo, or have undergone surgery resulting in the diversion or removal of the bladder with such information, help and support as may be necessary to assist them to resume as full a life as possible with every confidence.

Address:
  • 4 Demonfont Way
  • Uttoxeter
  • ST14 8XY

Provide information and support to those affected by uveitis and encourage cooperation between patients and medical staff, Fact sheets, newsletters, advice and information provided by post, and e-mail (not phone). No medical opinions are available.

Address:
  • South House
  • Sweening
  • Vidlin
  • ZE2 9QE
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