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An Access to Work grant helps pay for practical support if you have a disability, health or mental health condition so you can: start working stay in work start your own business How much you get depends on your circumstances.  The money doesn’t have to…
Mobility aids and equipment for the benefit of elderly people as well as disabled children and adults. Advice and guidance pages. VAT Relief on disability aids If you are disabled or chronically sick, you may well be eligible for VAT relief.  Most disability aids can be…
Living made easy is an impartial advice and information website about daily living equipment, assistive technology and other aspects of independent living.
One-stop Alzheimers & Dementia shop for quality affordable products that have been carefully selected to assist people living with Alzheimers & Dementia.  For example: Wandering alarms Safety devices Activities & games Pill dispensers & organisers Telephones Talking products and much more.
Available from the Volunteer centre shopmobility offices, located at the bottom of Northbrook multi-story car park behind WH Smiths.  Find a range of products. The shop also has the ability to order products in from the catalogue to be delivered to the store for collection.
Advice and information on assistive technology for  people with dementia. Alzheimer's Society produce an excellent selection of useful factsheets.  
Advice and support regarding counselling, grants, employment and prosthetics to all limbless ex service men and women, their widows and dependants. The charity does not provide medical support. Help if you need a hand with your benefits, claims or support liaising with your local limb centre. …
Some of the services provided: short-term loans of medical equipment to people in need, including wheelchairs therapeutic care volunteers help relax people in stressful situations through massage Our transport service gives you independence if you can't get about easily by yourself. Alongside our national services,…
The British Wireless for the Blind Fund provides high quality, easy to use audio equipment which has been specially designed and adapted for listeners living with sight loss.  
Sovereign Careline is a small organisation within Sovereign Housing Association dedicated to supporting older and vulnerable people living in their own homes.  This allows customers greater independence and freedom to pursue their own lifestyles than living in residential care. This support is achieved through using…
Offering support and grants to soldiers, veterans and their immediate families when in need. Grants given for: Mobility - grants range from those for the very young to the elderly. The Soldiers' Charity has provided grants for specialist play equipment for disabled children, and for…
We specialise in chairs and beds designed to maximise support and minimise strain. We are happy to bring a selection of chairs to your home. We will discuss with you, your client and the family to identify which chairs will be most appropriate to bring along…
Working with the Stroke Association, Essential Aids offers a wide range of mobility aids and disability related equipment. Ramps for wheelchairs and mobility scooters are a specialism. Most items are available without paying VAT, for those entitled to exemption.
Unique activity products to help people with dementia and alzheimers disease enjoy life. Thoughtfully designed products provide an age appropriate activity resource for people with dementia, their families and carers. i.e. Communication aids, jigsaw puzzles, reminiscence products, exercise activities and communication aids.    
Unforgettable company has joined forces with LiveBetterWith Find products, information and advice online to help people affected by dementia. The website is divided into simple categories with several guides to make it easier to find the right products for you.   The above information and much more is available on…
ABLEize is a non profit disability run website established to offer the UK’s largest collection of disability and special needs resources to ensure disabled people, their carer’s and family have access to contacts and online information.  Every subject is covered from access needs, disability sports,…
Many UK charities or trusts provide grants for the disabled, each with their own criteria for providing funds.  Do you have a Disability?  Are you a parent or carer of a Disabled child or adult? Charities and Trusts provide funding towards the high cost of…
Disabled Facilities Grants (DFGs) of up to £30,000 are available for work that's needed to help a disabled person live more independently in their own home.  The grants are available to both home owners and private tenants. Applying for a grant Before you can apply for a Disabled Facilities Grant, we'll need…
Advice on how to stay safe around the home - particularly in the kitchen, bathroom and garden.  Find tips on electrical DIY.  Poorly maintained appliances or overloaded sockets can be a fire hazard.   Information sourced from website
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