Parkinsons’s Disease Society
Providing support, advice and information to people with Parkinson’s, their carers, families and friends, and to health and social services professionals involved in management and care
Point of Diagnosis
On the 5th December 2005 the inclusion of multiple sclerosis (MS), cancer and HIV in the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) was made simpler and clearer. A number of organisations have joined together to make sure everyone knows what this means.
Repetative Strain Injury Association
A national support group for people with Repetative Strain Injury
RADAR – The National Disability Organisation
A national network of disability organisations and disabled people.
Royal National College for the Blind
The Royal National College for the Blind are the largest college of Further Education for people with sight loss in the UK
Royal National Institute for Deaf People
The Royal National Institute for Deaf People is Britain’s leading charity working with deaf people. The site provides a range of information and links to related parts of the organisation such as Sound Advantage, which can advise on equipment, and has links to regional offices and groups. RNID also provides a consultancy service including an access audit
Royal National Institute for the Blind
RNIB is the leading charity working for blind and partially sighted people throughout the UK, with over 60 different services to help people at all stages of their lives. The site has links to the VISAGE employers website, which has extensive information on employment issues including available technology and workplace integration. Also links to regional groups and organisations
Scope is a disability organisation in England and Wales whose focus is on people with cerebral palsy. Their aim is for disabled people to achieve equality: a society in which they are as valued and have the same human and civil rights as everyone else.
SENSE is the world’s largest organisation working with and campaigning for deafblind people, their families and professionals who work with them. The site has links to regional services
Tel. 02920 457641
Textphone: 029 2046 4125