Enfield Disability Action
EDA provides a number of services for disabled people with long term health conditions and people experiencing mental distress. Services include information advice, advocacy, direct payments support.
- Advice and advocacy
- Campaigning and research and representation
- Disability hate crime support
- Self-directed support planning and brokerage
- Sport and social and cultural activities
- Training and volunteering and employment support
- Advocacy, Direct Payments and Personal Budget support including payroll services and DBS checks, social groups, Information and Advice
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About this organisation
EDA aims to be a one stop shop for disabled people living and working in Enfield. We pride ourselves on a person-centred approach, we want to see disabled people in Enfield achieve greater equality. We also aim to enable people to participate fully in society and access the services they are entitled to.
For advice and information including help with filing out forms, please contact 0208 373 6239 between 10am-3pm. Drop-in sessions available on the last Wednesday of every month between 10:00am-12:00pm.
The deaf project provides information, advice and guidance to individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. Please contact 020 8373 6237. Drop-in sessions available Mondays and Wednesdays between 9:00am-12:00pm. BSL drop-in sessions also available once a month between 10:30am-12:00pm.
Legal referral drop-in every Tuesday 10:30am-13:00pm contact Enfield legal partnership project by email on ELPP@e-d-a.org.uk or call on 07852 572581.
Self Support Cancer Life drop-in available for those affected by cancer twice a month contact Deanna Rogers on 020 8373 6222 / 07583 459 911
We also provide employment mentors, and opportunities to volunteer. EDA provides advocacy and is also a hate crime reporting centre.
We work with other voluntarily organisations to make our voices stronger and to improve services.
Support with Direct Payments and personal budgets can be provided. Contact either by email firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 0208 373 6349.