Disability Advice

Reviews and advice for disabled people by disabled people.

Service Providers

The Fed, Centre for Independent Living is a User-Led Organisation providing advice and support services for disabled people living in Brighton & Hove. Apart from its campaigning and lobbying role the organisation provides direct support services to disabled people through its projects which include:

  • Disability Advice Centre, which provides disability related advice to disabled people, carers or professionals. We also run a busy welfare benefits service which supports clients with the completion of disability related benefits.
  • Direct Payments Support Service
  • Supported Bank Account and Payroll Services
  • PA Noticeboard and Business and Services Noticeboard
  • Counselling
  • Shopmobility
  • The Accessible City Guide
  • Disability Awareness Training.

We also have a Get Involved! Project which enables disabled people to participate in programmes which add value to independent living, including health prevention and promotion, community empowerment, social inclusion and the Disability Equality Duty.

 
  • Professional carpet and upholstery steam cleaning
  • Domestic and commercial cleaning
  • End of Tenancy
  • Fire and Flood damage cleaning
  • Builder Cleans

The Mobility Superstore is an online mobility store specialising in independent living products from Days Healthcare. We supply over 6000 mobility aid products as such wheelchairs, commodes, rollators & much more for independent living.

Amaze works with parents and carers of children and young people with any special need or disability, aged 0-19 years.  Amaze offers one point of access to information, advice and support on issues relating to education, social care, leisure, money matters and health care.

Bendrigg Trust provides outdoor activity courses for people of all ages who are disabled. The aim of the Trust is to promote integration, encourage independence and build self-confidence through the use of residential experience and the safe provision of adventurous outdoor activities.

The British Association for Supported Employment is the national trade association representing hundreds of agencies involved in securing employment for people with disabilities.

 

Extratime’s mission is to provide high-quality, affordable out-of-school activities for children and young people aged 5-19 years with disabilities, in a safe, fun environment working closely with parents/carers, school staff and other professionals to fully meet the needs of every child/young person and in partnership with statutory and non-statutory organisations to increase the opportunities for inclusive play and leisure.

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