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Able Living

Able Living Ltd supply a wide range of disability equipment and aids for daily living. We have a wide variety of products, which we feel will help keep people as active as possible in all aspects of their daily lives. We also have a mail order catalogue available which contains selected items that have all been approved by therapists from Health and Local Authorities. Due to the extremely wide variety of equipment available we can only show a small range in this catalogue. However, we also have a database of over 16,000 products.


A new web site that deals purely with disability and health matters has been created by a group of disabled professionals

Many painstaking hours have been put into creating one of the UKs most comprehensive disability and health resource sites available on the net. Those responsible range from solicitors, accountants and disabled DDA auditors, they all have two things in common. One: disability and two: all have suffered the frustration of searching the internet and finding it very much hit and miss throwing up everything other than was actually being searched for.

American Association of People with Disabilities

Welcome to the online home of the AAPD. We're a non-profit, non-partisan, cross-disability organization whose goals are unity, leadership and impact.

ASLdeafined, LLC

Every person in every walk of life has the need to know some sign language, even if you are not going to use that skill on a daily basis. For example, doctors, nurses, teachers, law enforcement, retail workers, and government employees are constantly frustrated with their inability to communicate with those who cannot hear because of their lack of sign language.

Your skills in signing will increase your ability to communicate with a class of people that you can no longer afford to ignore. Police officers, retailers, and all aspects of society need to reach out to those who are deaf, to better serve the entire community, and not just certain parts of it.

Australia - e-bility.com

e-bility's web site aims to provide easy access and links to a range of resources, services and products of interest to people with disability, their families and carers, as well as health professionals and other service providers in the disability sector.


Whenever a person or family is suddenly confronted with the world-changing experience of a catastrophic spinal cord injury or brain injury, there are a host of questions but seemingly few solid answers. These questions involve a wide spectrum of issues: health, rehabilitation, hope for recovery, current research, financial, legal, and the list goes on.

Medical providers are often reluctant to give too much information based upon a legitimate concern of giving false hope. Providers are also pressed for time, making it logistically difficult for them to spend time with a new brain injury or spinal cord injury survivors and their families answering questions in detail. Moreover, there are many questions that doctors and their staff are unable to answer, including questions about pressing financial and legal issues. Support groups, government resources, and other sources of potential assistance are also difficult or impossible to easily identify.


We are a national children`s charity with 26 years experience of working with children, from 6 months to 12 years, who have a brain injury, chromosome or genetic condition resulting in disability, and developmental delay.

Families contact one of our centres in Somerset or Essex looking for help and support in helping their child/ren to meet its/their potential. A team of therapists (physio, OT, developmental and cognitive) assess each child individually and design a programme of exercises for the family to do at home. The programme takes about 30 mins per day and should be done at least 5 times per week.

China - Qingdao Disabled Persons Federation

Our organization is under the leadership of Qingdao Government and we have the same organizations in all the districts and cities belong to Qingdao.

Qingdao is a beautiful coastal city and is vice-provincial level city. There are about 420,000 disabled persons and occupied 5.6% of the total population of Qingdao.

We hope to develop the friendship and establish the exchanges and relationships between organizations and learn from each other in the future.

Czech Polio Association

The Site is in both Czech and English. Polio Association in Czech Republic will be ten years old next year. The number of our members increased up to almost 2000 since 1990. Because of the amount of business this year, Board of Directors meetings are being held monthly in a newly reconstructed Polio Center, Prague


Dating4Disabled.com is an online community which offers the opportunity for people with disabilities to share, connect and just be heard.

Make friends, find romance, and share resources with people from all over the world. Dating4disabled.com welcomes disabled as well as able-bodied members on condition that they want to meet people with disabilities and are committed to respecting all of our members.

This site excels for a number of reasons. We`ve developed unique web features such as the blogs, the online messenger, forums, highly developed search engine and more. Everything is confidential and conducted in good taste and style. No binding contracts, no pressure, no embarrassment ... just an opportunity to network and find others with similar values, interests, and backgrounds. The choice is yours. Join for FREE today and become one of our lively community members.

Deaf 24/7

Deaf 24/7 - Internet resource for all British Sign Language and deafness related information especially in United Kingdom. We are non-profit project and receive no outside funding for its maintenance.


Dis:Course is a project supporting groups concerned with disability and long-term health issues in Bracknell and the surrounding area. It will also provide an information service to disabled people, their families and carers.

Disabled Hellas (Greece)

Also in English. Excellent site, covers articles about Greece and has an interesting Links Page.

Epilepsy Scotland

Nearly 40,000 people living in Scotland have epilepsy. Children and older people are most at risk of developing this common serious neurological condition but anyone can develop epilepsy at any time – and 8 people a day in Scotland do. We want to make sure the needs of people with epilepsy are met. This is why we campaign for improved healthcare, better information provision and an end to stigma. In April 2008 Enlighten - Tackling Epilepsy merged with Epilepsy Scotland.

Epilepsy Scotland works with people affected by epilepsy to ensure that their voice is heard.

Epilepsy Scotland involves people affected by epilepsy in raising awareness of epilepsy issues and works to ensure that services are developed to meet their varied needs.

Germany - Handicap-Date.com

Excellent Website from Germany. In English. Handicap-Date.com - the new, free and serious single community for people with disabilities.

I Need A Holiday Too

We are a new project based in Northern Brittany, France, close to the coast. We aim to provide quality, accessible holidays to disabled people regardless of their support needs. We aim to provide a holiday that will attempt to meet the persons identified needs wherever possible. Services offered include:
  • Door to Door Accessible Transport
  • Personal Support Workers
  • Hiring Equipment
  • Ensuring Medical Care is available
  • Accessible Transport during stay
  • Fully Accessible Accommodation
  • Support with Paperwork
  • Ensuring that the only thing on your mind is fun

    Several options are available to you, from Gîtes (self catering cottages), Chambre d`Hôtes (Bed and Breakfast) through to Camping. All the accommodation featured has been personally inspected and an access report is available for each one, on request.

    Icelandic Association of the Deaf

    The Icelandic Deaf Organization was founded on February 11th, 1960. The goal of the organization is to guard, promote and fight for the rights and well being of the deaf and hard of hearing people of Iceland.

    Netherlands - Sonneheerdt (Blind/Visually Impaired)

    Dutch Site for the Blind, Articles/Information and Links

    New Zealand - Disability Information Service Christchurch

    The disability information service is a free community information and referral service, holding a wide range of information on disability and health related problems in the Canterbury Region. We are the only information service, focus on providing disability information for people in the Christchurch area.

    Portugal - Algrave

    Welcome to the online brochure of Wheeling Around The Algarve holiday facilities for disabled people! This website will give you full information about accommodation, leisure activities, transport & transfers, personal care & assistance and much more...


    A high quality private prosthetic service matched to the clients needs. We offer a complete range of private prosthetic care for both upper and lower limb loss, using the most appropriate solution matched to the clients needs.

    Social Space

    Social Space is a disability chat forum

    We are a community of disabled people & carers who just want to chat and have fun with others.

    We have many pages of information on health and disability related subjects from coughes and colds to disability benefits. Also our members have setup there own Social Groups.

    Please leave your wheelchairs, frames, support dogs, crutches, gizmos and what nots at the door as we are all about FUN at Social Space and we DO NOT focus on the disabilities but rather the abilities!

    Spain - Turismo

    Monthly e-zine (electronic bulletin) started on May 2004. Previous bulletins available on line: information for disabled and handicapped persons. It gives updated information about places to go, cities, museums,beaches and lodging all accesible. www.polibea.com/turismo

    Team Hybrid - Adapted Power Cycles

    Disability world.com has joined together with Team Hybrid to bring you one of their most popular models at a discount price. The Viper powercycle offers performance on the flat and is powerfull enough to ride the hills with ease.


    The Arka Foundation - based on the island of Gozo, Malta.

    The Arka Foundation is an NGO - based on the island of Gozo, Malta. It was established to create awareness, and to promote the needs and rights of the disabled persons and to provide them with the necessary education, therapeutic services and training support. The Foundation runs the Arka Respite Centre - especially designed and built for people with mental and physical disability and their families. The building is fully accessible and equipped to cater for any type of disability and the Centre itself offer various types of respite care services.

    Total Access Properties - Algarve, Portugal

    Have you ever thought about buying a holiday home in the sun but dread the thought of having to deal with Real Estate agents that baldly promise full access, but when you get there it’s a nightmare?

    Even after very clearly explaining your needs for access and suitable support facilities, you still end up being taken to properties that a mother with pushchair would have trouble getting about in!


    Trailblazers is a nationwide organisation of young disabled and non-disabled campaigners. We want people aged 16-30 to join the fight to improve services for people living with muscle disease.

    Tropicare - Providing Medical Treatment

    Want to combine a day`s minor treatment with a week`s holiday? Fancy heading for the sun but need regular medical or nursing care?
  • NHS waiting lists too long?
  • Dreading that next care bill?
  • Last care experience a nightmare?
  • Frightened of MRSA in hospitals and care homes?
  • Dreading a freezing winter hoping the home help will always arrive?

    Mike Page, a British Registered Nurse, Lesley Sanchez, Agadir`s Honorary British Consul, and Dr Chliyah, Agadir Clinic`s Senior Consultant and Manager, are now working together, and with travel services, to bring YOU the best of care and treatment.

    UK - anAurora

    The Internet Magazine for disABLE women.

    This is a free magazine, in that we are not supported in any way by either charity funds or advertising, and we would like to keep it that way. But the articles will dry up after a short time unless you contribute your articles.

    We don't have a "Mission Statement" but our intention is to continute to develop, with your help, a magazine that women with any disAbility can contribute to and read with enjoyment.

    UK - Assisted Travel Service


    The Assistance Travel Service Ltd. Is one of oldest specialist Travel Services, we have been offering a personal Travel Service to the less able their families and friends for over 16 years. We were the first and we hope still the best for tailor made programmes to suit your specialist needs.

    On this SITE we have tried to give you a basic outline of what ATS Travel can do for you. Remember new sites come and go but we are still hear doing the right job for you, on 01708 863198, or E-Mail at aatstravel@aol.com. Please feel free to use our E-Mail link and we will even call you back just leave us your telephone number its free.
    It has always been the policy of our company to provide programmes for any disability. So if you are deaf, blind, have breathing problems or any other disability or you just feel you need a little more support let ATS Travel help you.

    UK - Berwickshire Web Site

    Linking adults with learning disabilities one-to-one with volunteers

    UK - British Deaf News

    Excellent Site - Information, Whats On, Message Board, Links, DeafNews Magazine On-Line

    UK - Contact A Family

    Every day over 75 children in the UK are born or diagnosed with a serious disability or rare syndrome and the vast majority of them are cared for at home. We provide information for adults with rare disorders as well as to families of disabled children.

    UK - Deaf Ex-Mainstreamers Group

    DEX is a deaf User group.
    DEX consists of deaf people who attended, or attend hearing mainstream education, or supporters from the Deaf and hearing communities.
    DEX is currently the only deaf led organisation that supports all deaf children with all levels of deafness.
    We want all deaf children to be confident and happy deaf children and young people, and to have a positive Deaf identity. This will result in a better quality of life in adulthood, and provide the grounding for good mental and physical health.
    We want deaf children to live according to civil rights legislation.

    UK - Deafblind UK Scotland

    Deafblind UK would like to welcome you to their Scottish World Wide Web. This site was created to try and give some help to Deafblind people. At this website you will be able to learn about Deafblind UK's work in Scotland, Guide/communicator service, Usher Syndrome Project in Scotland and Deafblind Manual.

    UK - Dis-ability.info

    Dis-ability.info is a recently launched major new information resource for the UK Disabled Community

    UK - Disability Friends (E Mail Pen Friends)

    - - Hello ...... Let me introduce myself, my name is Ernie Figg. I am married and live in Lincolnshire. I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis 14 years ago. My Web-Pal service is open to anyone with a disability. So people with MS and other disabilities can communicate via email or use the chat room to swap experiences and support each other. Services on my web site are totally free.

    UK - Disability Now

    This is the UK's leading disability site, giving a whole range of useful information: articles, links, adverts and an archive.

    UK - Disabled Living Foundation

    The Disabled Living Foundation believe that everybody has the right to be independent and equal, has the power to choose, and to live their life to it's fullest potential. Specialist equipment and adaptations can change someone's quality of life. The right equipment can mean the difference between relying on friends and carers, or remaining independent and in control of your own life. Equipment can enable a person to continue with the things in life which they enjoy most, such as gardening, sport, reading as well as being able to continue working and supporting themselves.

    UK - Dog AID (Assistance in Disability)

    This is a non-profit organisation that specialises in helping people with disabilities in training their own dogs. We offer 2 levels of training, so owners can choose simply to train their pets to become obedient companions, or for those who require it can help them train their dogs to become qualified "Assistance Dogs".

    UK - Follifoot Park Disabled Riders Group

    There are 16 regular rides Monday to Friday and one on Sunday afternoon. The Follifoot Park Disabled Riders Group has about 300 riders with various disabilities. The riders are in groups of up to seven and many need three volunteers each - one leader and two sidewalkers. This can mean that 21 volunteers are needed for just one session!

    UK - For Disabled People.com

    UK - Forth & Tay Disabled Ramblers

    Forth and Tay Disabled Ramblers is a user-led charity, established in August 2001. The management committee consists of nine members who are disabled, plus one volunteer representative. Our membership is based in the area bounded by the rivers Forth and Tay.

    UK - Global Dialysis

    Resources for Dialysis Patients who wish to travel nationally or internationally

    UK - Irish Wheelchair Association

    The Irish Wheelchair Association is the national organisation dedicated to the achievement of full social, economic and educational integration of people with disabilities as equal, independent and participative members within the general community.

    UK - Jewish Blind & Disabled

    Jewish Blind & Disabled provides caring sheltered housing to improve the quality of life, maximise freedom of choice, respect dignity at all times and help achieve independent living for visually & physically disabled people.

    UK - Jobability

    The jobability.com web site is a collective partnership between Leonard Cheshire, Microsoft UK Ltd, and totaljobs.com.

    Each partner will be offering their expertise across their chosen profession to bring together a suitable online environment for individuals with any form of disability to search and obtain work.

    The information desk will grow to incorporate additional avenues of information and helpful guidance to specific, and potentially useful on-line services.

    UK - Leeds Society for Deaf and Blind People

    The Leeds Society for Deaf and Blind People has existed since 1866. Throughout its long history, the single objective has been to respond to the expressed needs and aspirations of deaf, hard of hearing, deafblind, blind and partially sighted people. This has been achieved by the active participation of sensory-impaired people, both as members of committees at every level and as members of staff.

    The success of the Society is without doubt due to the active pursuit of this policy. However, sensory-impaired people recognise the value of the large number of people who have given and continue to give their time and talents in a voluntary capacity, and this valuable input has been a significant factor in the progress of the Society.

    UK - Limbless Association On-Line

    The Limbless Association provides information, advice and support for people of all ages who are without one or more limbs. It has a nationwide network of volunteer visitors (within the UK) who are all amputees themselves, offering support and encouragement to prospective amputees, carers and those already trying to come to terms with limb loss or deficiency.

    UK - Maltron Keyboards

    Welcome to the MALTRON KEYBOARDS website. Here you can find out about our revolutionary keyboard range that enables RSI sufferers and people with special needs to use computers without strain or injury

    UK - Mike Coatesworth Site

    Home of the Yorkshire Writer - the articles are certainly worth reading

    UK - Mobility Freedom

    Colin and Carol can give expert advice should you wish to purchase or hire a scooter or wheelchair, whether manual or powered. They is willing to visit you at home, free of charge, in order to help you assess your needs. You would be under no obligation to buy. In addition they can supply motorised beds, wheelchair ramps and other aids to enable maximum motability for all. Mobility Freedom is based in both West and South Wales but provides care throughout the UK and is always ready to assist you with any queries you may have. Wales is, of course, a very popular tourist area and it is therefore, very useful to be able to arrange to hire your wheelchair when you have booked your holiday. We can deliver your chair to your selected destination at cost.

    UK - Movingpeople.net UK Ltd

    Movingpeople.net are a well established manufacturer of wheelchairs both manual and powered, mobility scooters and most importantly the Sedeo seating system. We have been established in the UK since 2001 and in that time have established a comprehensive dealer network, countrywide, through which we distribute our products. Our key focus is on the wheelchair / rehab` market and we are proud that so many prestigious companies have chosen to supply our products.

    UK - NewLink Project Ltd

    NewLink Project Ltd is a charity (Reg. no.1020713), based in the East Midlands region of the United Kingdom, which is constituted as a company limited by guarantee(no. 2795217). We are devoted to the development of high quality IT education and training for people with a disability.

    UK - Outsiders

    OUTSIDERS is a self-help, international community providing regular mailings, and unthreatening events where people meet up and practice socialising. Members appreciate a club where they are totally accepted, and some of the most amazing relationships have been formed. Outsiders is for people who feel isolated because of socially and physical disabilities. The club helps them gain confidence, make new friends and find partners. We welcome people of all sexualities, whether they are single, divorced, separated or married, and we discriminate against no one. Our members appreciate a club where disability is accepted and people can relax and be themselves. The first step may be to acknowledge the persons sexuality, and offer support in asserting their right to a private life, and seeking love in a society where status normally stems from good looks and money.

    UK - Pain Relief - TerraQuant

    TerraQuant is an innovative non-invasive home and professional pain relief device based on infrared (IR) pulse and laser pulse therapies in a unique combination with constant magnetic field generation. TerraQuant is the only pain relief device on the market that incorporates all these features.

    TerraQuant can be used without medical supervision by the individual at home or by a health professional or therapist at a clinic or hospital. TerraQuant can significantly reduce pain in just 10 to 15 daily or alternate-day treatments.

    UK - Prospects

    Christian voluntary organisation supporting the disabled

    UK - RADAR

    RADAR is a national organisation run by and working with disabled people. It campaigns for equal rights for disabled people, promoting good practice and legislation that enables them to live independently in the community.

    UK - Royal National Institute for the Deaf

    The Royal National Institute for Deaf People (RNID) is the largest charity representing the 8.7 million deaf and hard of hearing people in the UK. As a membership charity, we aim to achieve a radically better quality of life for deaf and hard of hearing people.

    UK - SCOPE

    Information is power. Whenever disabled people, their families and carers are prevented from accessing information, they are disempowered. Scope is here to empower you by giving you the information you need to lead the life you choose.

    UK - Sense

    Sense is the UK's leading organisation working for people with deafblindness and associated disabilities.

    UK - Shaw Trust

    Shaw Trust is a national charity which champions the abilities of disabled people. We have enabled over 10,000 people, with all types of disability, to make the most of their skills, abilities and employment opportunities.

    UK - SKILL

    National Bureau for Students with Disabilities

    UK - Skillnet Group Website

    The Skillnet Group is a non-for-profit organisation run by and for disabled people in Kent. We believe in person centred planning which means that you get to choose which services you wish to use. We provide many different services for people with learning disabilities please use the links below to find out more:

    UK - SN JUDO Great Britain

    Excellent & Interesting website for people with disabilities interested in judo.

    UK - Spinal Injuries Association

    We are the national organisation of spinal cord injured people. We represent all their interests regardless of how the impairment occurred, whether or not it has resulted in full or partial paralysis. We support all those who are affected by spinal cord injury, including the family and friends of the disabled person. Our purpose is to promote the integration and full participation in society of our members, by encouraging and enabling them to become fulfilled and in control of their lives.

    UK - The Afiya Trust

    Excellent resource for the ethnic minority The Afiya Trust is a national charity based in London. It is the home of projects that involve carers support, multi-lingual information for families people living with cancer, community building and mental health

    UK - The Conductive Education Website

    Conductive Education is a form of special education and rehabilitation for children and adults with motor disorders. It is appropriate for conditions where disease or damage to the central nervous system affects a person's ability to control movement. In childhood these conditions include cerebral palsy and dyspraxia, and in adulthood, Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy and those who have had a stroke or head injury.

    UK - The Disabled Trust for Scotland

    The Trust was established in 1997 to provide for people who found difficulty in obtaining equipment from the NHS or could not afford to buy their own.

    UK - The Disabled Workers Co-operative

    Our aim is to promote the skills, services and products offered by disabled workers by creating a searchable (by anyone looking for whatever they need) database of these skills and services.

    UK - The Home Farm Trust

    THe Home Farm Trust cares for disabled people with learning difficulties

    UK - The National Rehabilitation Centre for the Paralysed

    The National Rehabilitation Centre for the Paralysed uses exercise therapy to rebuild lives shattered by paralysis.

    The Centre treats people with a variety of conditions from spinal cord injury paraplegia and tetraplegia to MS, stroke, spina bifida and brain damage.

    This programme gives them a real prospect of taking greater control over their bodies and their lives.

    UK - The Rowan Organisation

    The Rowan Organisation is an organisation of disabled people which provides disabled people with access to information, services and resources in order to increase their opportunity for independence and enable them to make informed choices about their future.

    UK - The Wheellife.com

    The Wheel Life.com is a new community/lifestyle website created for wheelchair users, their friends, families and related associations. Launched in February 2009 by Grant Logan, a paraplegic wheelchair user and his life long friend Pete Kirtley, The Wheel Life will provide a forum to connect wheelchair users across the world and encourage people to see what is still achievable in life. Excited by the explosion of community networking sites around the globe but frustrated by the limitations of their search facilities, Grant & Pete decided to build their own website dedicated to the large community that lives their lives on four wheels.

    UK - VIPs of Teesside and North Yorkshire

    Excellent British Website: VIPs of Teesside and North Yorkshire is a website which is being set up to provide information to visually impaired people, their families and friends about international, national (UK), regional (North East England) and local (Teesside and North Yorkshire) organisations that might be of interest to them. These include general disability organisations, general visually impaired organisations, organisations for specific eye conditions and organisations for disorders, which are commonly related to or occur in conjunction with visual impairment. The types of organisations listed include organisations providing services for the visually impaired and more social organisations,

    UK - Walking on Air (Gliding)

    Purpose: to provide a flying and pilot training facility for wheelchair-bound persons, including the opportunity to achieve full solo-flight standard or above.

    UK - Walkoncemore

    A cure for spinal cord injury is out there and here at WalkOnceMore, we are determined to help that cure arrive sooner. We are committed to financially supporting the most promising curative advances World-wide. This will help to hasten the time period from laboratories to humans, helping the injured to cast aside their wheelchairs as soon as possible. Putting an end to the permanence of this devastating injury will result in hundreds of thousands, the World over, being freed from a life of paralysis, pain and loss of independence.

    UK - Weddings/Marriage

    Comes with a Minister as well!

    UK - yes2work

    yes2work is an organisation that aims to help people who are out of work because of illness or disability, find and keep jobs.

    yes2work offers a free service to:

  • people who are looking for work and employers who are looking for workers We may be able to help
  • if you are out of work because of illness or disability
  • if you are recruiting staff

    USA - 360 Magazine

    The Accessible Lifestyle is an interactive ezine that challenges the traditional views of people in wheelchairs. Our mix of insightful articles and unique sections promises a publication a bit outside the norm

    USA - Alliance 2000

    Serving historically underrepresented groups for special education and related services...

    USA - Ashleys Fairy Tales

    Meet Ashley! She is very special. Ashley has a disABILITLY and she was chosen as one of God's very special children. Please adventure into Ashley's Fantasy Land with her favorite friends.....Fairies!!

    USA - Disability Link Barn

    Excellent site. Awesome Links

    USA - DisabilityWorld

    DisabilityWorld is a new web-zine dedicated to advancing an exchange of information and research about the international independent living movement of people with disabilities. The web-zine is the heart of a larger project, IDEAS for the New Millennium, funded in 1999 by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research as a five-year project.

    USA - ecerebralpalsy.com

    Excellent American Website

    USA - Family Friendly Fun and Special Needs

    Resources to enhance the quality and enjoyment of family life with special needs.

    USA - IBM Special Needs Web Site

    IBM is proud to announce the formation of the Accessibility Center. Now more than ever we can focus our efforts on making a difference in the lives of those with disabilities.

    USA - InjuredBiker - Support For Downed & Disabled Riders

    A Support, Rehabilitation Assistance, Recovery Resource, & FUN site for vctims of serious road trauma, and their friends.

    USA - Liberty Resources

    Liberty Resources, Inc. is a non-profit, consumer driven organization that advocates and promotes Independent Living for persons with disabilities. More than fifty percent of our board as well as fifty percent of our employees are persons with disabilities.

    USA - PlantAmber

    Global health and disability resource center. Lots of links to medical equipment vendors.

    USA - The Ability to Share

    Ability OnLine is a friendly and safe computer friendship network where children and youth with disabilities or chronic illnesses connect to each other as well as to their friends, family members, caregivers and supporters. Free and easy to use, Ability OnLine not only gives wings to thousands of young people by removing social and physical barriers that can come with having a disability or illness, but it also provides opportunities for children and adolescents to exchange information, build self-confidence, share hope and encouragement and make valued friends.

    Wheelchairs, Mobility Equipment

    We are a modern bricks & mortar mobility shop with over 30 years experience offering a wide range of cost effective disability aids through our online shop and mobility showroom. We pride ourselves on having an ever evolving product range that is more than just wheelchairs and mobility scooters providing disabled people with specialist products such as bespoke wheelchairs, children’s pushchairs and standing frames for people with spinal cord injury.

    World Association for Person's with Disabilities

    Whether the term is disability, disabled, disabilities, handicapped or whatever the popular "categorizing" label.... WAPD is a nonpartisan, nonprofit association under God, that represents huge portions of the one in five residents of earth that are being... ALIVE!... INVOLVED!... and EFFECTIVE!... in their daily living.
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