Below are a list of links that we think that you would find useful. If you click onto the link you will be directed to the corresponding website.
Disabled people, those with long-term conditions and their families are being hit hard by cuts to the benefits and services they need to live their lives. The Hardest Hit campaign, organised jointly by the Disability Benefits Consortium (DBC) and the UK Disabled People’s Council, brings together individuals and organisations to send a clear message to the Government: stop these cuts.
The Disabled Motorists Federation (DMF) (Registered charity No 1012874) was established over 40 years ago with the intention to give advice to disabled people (irrespective of the nature of their impairment) and their carers on issues relating to motoring and transport matters.
We provide impartial information and advice on stair lifts for disabled people
Hearing Direct provide aids for the deaf, deafened and hard of hearing, from amplified phones to alerting devices.
UCanDoIT teaches disabled people how to use computers, with a particular focus on Internet and email skills
Skill is an independent charity working to promote opportunities for post-16 disabled people in reaching their full potential in Further Education, Higher Education and continuing education, training and employment.
Connect is a charity for people living with aphasia (communication impairment usually following stroke). Connect works to promote effective services, new opportunities and a better quality of life for people living with aphasia.
Circles Network Wales provides a range of support to disabled individuals and their families; these include individuals with learning difficulties, people with enduring mental health issues or individuals who are physically disabled.
The Access Association aims to improve access and facilities for disabled people and consequently for all people who would benefit from an accessible environment
Access Group Resources is the information and networking website for local access groups. It has been developed by Disability Wales/Anabledd Cymru on behalf of the Disability Rights Commission