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Disability Issues

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  1. Helping UK business and service providers comply with the DDA and the Equality Act 2010 by cost effective disability access audits.

    Access All Areas has been assisting with the Disability Discrimination Act needs of the UK since 2003. We work one to one with our clients to achieve the best and most cost effective solution in meeting your access needs.
  2. Disability Information and Advice Line (DIAL) UK, is formed by a national network of local advice centres for persons with disabilities.

    As a network of local centres, our primary goal is to provide adequate information and support to individuals living with disability throughout the United Kingdom. With staggering statistics on disability in the UK, we hope to fill the gap in information supply and support on disability.

    Our major source of information is through our network of organizations, local councils and government agencies saddled with the responsibility of caring for the needs of persons with disability. Many other resources come from researchers at various institutions and charities across the UK and other nations that benefit the UK people.
  3. Run by and for disabled people DLS is a registered national charity. We have provided high quality information and advice to disabled and Deaf people for over 30 years.

    Disabled people and their families, carers and advocates, are all welcome to contact our helpline for advice.

    DLS only provides advice and information in these areas of law:
    Disability Discrimination Goods and Services Community Care Employment Welfare Benefits
    We also provide a casework service, and support at any level of the legal system.
  4. Information on the Equality and Human Rights Commission site that specifically relates to disability.
  5. For 30 years, Enrych has supported adults with disabilities to enjoy the most active and independent lives possible.
    Our vision is that all adults with a physical disability are able live the lives that they want to live and exert the same level of choice over how they spend their free time as everyone else.
    We believe that people should…
    Not be defined by their disability Be encouraged and able to reach their potential  
  6. Disability rights under the Equality Act 2010.
  7. Leonard Cheshire Disability supports thousands of disabled people both in the UK and in more than 50 other countries. We help people with physical impairments, learning difficulties and long-term health conditions, as well as their carers, friends and families.
  8. We're all about changing society for the better, so that disabled people and their families can have the same opportunities as everyone else.

    We work with disabled people and their families. We offer practical support – from information services to education and everyday care.

    We challenge assumptions about disability, we influence decision makers and we show what can be possible.

    Everything we do is about creating real and lasting positive change in individual lives and in the world around us. We believe that together we can create a better society.
  9. The Office for Disability Issues leads in driving delivery of the government’s vision for disabled people.

    We help remove barriers so that all disabled people are able to fulfil their potential and be fully participating members of society.

About Us

Founded in 2004, MS People UK is a community website and discussion forum by and for people with Multiple Sclerosis as well as for friends, families, supporters and those interested in this disabling condition.

If you’re newly diagnosed or want to ask about possible first symptoms, or if you’ve had Relapse Remit, Secondary or Primary Progressive MS for some time, a welcoming group of fellow MS sufferers is here to chat with you about MS symptoms, diagnosis and treatments.

The atmosphere is friendly whilst being compassionate, supportive and caring. Members also post about a variety of subjects not related to MS, as well as share jokes, talk about their hobbies, have fun, and more.

The MS People Forum is not responsible for advice or information supplied by members. We suggest you seek medical advice before trying anything.