Disabilities is an umbrella term, covering impairments, activity limitations, and where participation in society can be restricted. Disabled people have to cope, not just with the physical difficulties caused by disability, but also with the social stigma caused by people’s attitudes.. Our directory signposts people to a wide range of help that is available.

Founded in 1962, the award-winning charity, The Westminster Society for people with learning disabilities offers services for people with a wide range of learning disabilities, as well as their families. We operate in Westminster and other London Boroughs.

Since 1978, Bendrigg Trust has both encouraged and boost independence and built self-confidence for over 79,000 disabled and disadvantaged people throughout the UK. We aim to offer a wide range of adventure activities in order to help disabled and disadvantaged people to explore themselves.

Founded in 2013, Sunshine Friends is a national registered charity based in Wales, with branches in Bristol and the West Midlands.  Our aim is to raise awareness and offer services for people with disabilities. We currently have various projects that we work with on a daily basis.

Since 1984, Where Next aims to provide supported employment, work experience and training to people with learning disabilities or other special needs, disadvantaged in some way.

The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT) is a division of The Disabilities Trust and the means by which The Disabilities Trust provides its brain injury services. 

The Limbless Association offers information and support to the limb-loss community across the U.K. We aim to support people of all ages and backgrounds through a wide range of existing services.

Leonard Cheshire Disability is a charity supporting disabled people in the UK and around the world to fulfil their potential and live the lives they choose. We improve the lives of disabled people in 54 different countries. 

Elifar stands for Every Life Is For A Reason. The Elifar Foundation is a small charity which aims to provide support and help for children and adults with severe learning difficulties and associated physical disabilities in order to improve their lives and lifestyle.  


The Society undertakes the support of all registered blind and partially sighted people in the Colchester borough. 

We have both sighted and visually impaired volunteers who will contact those in need, upon request, to advise and offer guidance on a wide range of issues concerning visibility. 

+44 (0) 0120 6533 711

Norwood is a forty-five capacity Ipswich care home from voluntary care MHA, dedicated to the challenges faced by individuals diagnosed with a form of dementia.

The purpose-built facility is ideal for allowing carers to make the most of their capabilities, while also being a comfortable and spacious living environment where residents can pursue their personal interests and have their privacy and dignity respected.

Willow Park Resource Centre provides people with learning disabilities, physical disabilities and sensory impairment a leisure environment.

Staff aim to offer a wide range of activities at different times of the day to meet each service user's requirements and provide the opportunity for individual 'learning through leisure' plans.

The Bay Tree Resource Centre has been established to suit the daily lives and challenges faced by adults diagnosed with dementia. Skilled care is available, with needs regularly assessed, while the Centre's purpose is to enable an independent and satisfying daily lifestyle.

AbilityNet UK aims to improve the lives of disabled people by helping them to use the means of digital technology either at work, in education or at home. 

We have a large team of consultants and testers who are working to help charities, public bodies and businesses design and maintain accessible websites, Apps or other digital tools in order to help disabled people to get the best out of anything. 

Essex Care Consortium Ltd is an independent, therapeutic resource registered with The Care Quality Commission. We have four residential sites - one in Colchester, one in Marks Tey, one in Prettygate and one in Fordham. We provide a wide range of specialist residential care and day services for people with learning disabilities aged 18 and above. We are also a City & Guilds Approved Centre, providing training for Social Care staff.

Hop Skip and Jump provide immediate and flexible respite care for children and young adults with disabilities and SEN. They are able to cater for up to 60 children a day, providing a variety of groups and activities for them to engage with, indoor and outdoor play facilities, all with an emphasis on self-development and discovery. They have four large centres: Bristol, Cheltenham, Swindon and Wigan.

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