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  • 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.

    Catchment Area: 
    Brighton and Hove
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    Dedicated to supporting people with arthritis to manage their condition naturally and enjoy a more active life with less pain. Offers diets an exercise plans for sufferers of arthritis to help provide pain relief, as well as reader submitted recipes, help and advice.

    Catchment Area: 
    United Kingdom
  • 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.

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

    Catchment Area: 
    England, Scotland, Wales
  • The Calvert Trust is a charity that enables people with disabilities, together with their families and friends, to achieve their potential through the challenge of outdoor adventure in the countryside.

    Catchment Area: 
    UK
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    The UKs first and only registered Charity for Cauda Equina Syndrome (CES) is committed to raising national awareness of this often debilitating condition which can effect anyone, at any time, regardless of age, gender or fitness level.

    Catchment Area: 
    UK
  • We are a self-help group for amputees and organised by amputees in Carmarthenshire. South Wales, U.K.

    Catchment Area: 
    Carmarthenshire. South Wales, U.K
  • The East Sussex Association of Blind and Partially Sighted People (ESAB) supports people who are blind or partially sighted and living in East Sussex. Launched in 1921, ESAB has helped thousands of people regain their independence, confidence and wellbeing.

    Catchment Area: 
    East Sussex
  • The EFDS is the national sports body for disabled people in England. As the strategic lead organisation, EFDS champions opportunities for disabled people to enjoy sport, supporting the sport and physical activity sectors to be more inclusive.

    Catchment Area: 
    England
  • Extratime was developed by two parents of children with profound disabilities who were frustrated at the lack of out-of-school care for their own children.

    Catchment Area: 
    Brighton and Hove

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