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Action Disability Kensington and Chelsea

ADKC is an organisation run and controlled by disabled people. We support disabled people to live independently and campaign for an inclusive society which does not discriminate against disabled people.

Arthritis Care in Scotland

Arthritis Care in Scotland is the voice for people with arthritis in Scotland. Decisions about how to implement Arthritis Care’s mission in Scotland are made by a Scotland Committee, consisting of representatives of branches throughout Scotland.

British Deaf Association

The BDA is the largest Deaf organisation in the UK that is run by Deaf people.

British Epilepsy Association

British Epilepsy Association (BEA) provides a wide range of services and information to support anybody with an interest in epilepsy.Please contact us if you require any further information.

British Stammering Association

The website of the British Stammering Association, dealing with the condition known in the UK as stammering and elsewhere as stuttering.

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.

Deaf Parenting UK

A small, independent & registered charity run by deaf parents for deaf parents.

Depression UK

Depression UK promotes mutual support between individuals affected by or at risk from depression, with the aim of encouraging self help, recovery and personal growth.


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 Parents Network

A national organisation of and for disabled parents and disabled people planning to become parents.

Down's Syndrome Association

The Down's Syndrome Association is a membership led and driven organisation, open to anyone who wishes to join. Full membership which confers voting rights, is open to parents, adults with Down's syndrome and their carers. Associate membership is open to grandparents, aunts, uncles, brothers, sisters and godparents. Affiliate membership is open to all professionals, (Doctors, Nurses, Speech & Language Therapists etc.) and schools, colleges and organisations.

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.


Grapevine is a charity run in partnership with people with learning disabilities. We work together to bring about change.

Guide Dogs for the Blind Association

Our mission is to provide guide dogs, mobility and other rehabilitation services that meet the needs of blind and partially sighted people.

Headway (National Head Injuries Association)

Headway - the brain injury association is a registered charity in England (No.1025852). Its aims are to promote understanding of all aspects of head injury and to provide information, support and services to people who have suffered a head injury, their family and carers.

Highland Users Group

HUG is an organisation that acts to represent the views of people with a mental illness in the highlands. it has around 350 members and has gained a national and even international reputation for its advocacy antistigma and awareness raising work.

Interstital Cystitis Support Group

Welcome to the Interstitial Cystitis Support Group web site. The Interstitial Cystitis Support Group gives support to people with Interstitial Cystitis, and their families and friends.


Mobilise is a self help organisation run for disabled people by disabled people, and concerns itself with the needs of disabled people primarily by encouraging greater independence through enhanced mobility.


Polari works for better services for older lesbians, gay men, bisexuals and transgender (LGBT) people.

Spinal Injuries Association

Welcome to one of the most comprehensive Spinal Injury sites on the Net.

Spinal Injuries Scotland

Spinal Injuries Scotland is the national voluntary organisation concerned with new and long-term spinal cord injured people, their relatives and friends, along with those involved in the management, care and rehabilitation of the injury

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


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.
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