Richmond AID is a charity run by and for disabled people in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames and surrounding areas. We support disabled people, families, carers and professionals.
- Advice and advocacy
- Campaigning and research and representation
- Health and social care
- Sport and social and cultural activities
- Training and volunteering and employment support
Boroughs this organisation works in
- Kingston upon Thames
- Richmond upon Thames
About this organisation
Services for Disabled People
Richmond AID provides a number of services for disabled people.
Richmond Advice and Information on Disability is an organisation of and for disabled people. Our vision is of a barrier-free world with empowered disabled people who have independence, fulfilment and a sense of self-worth. Visit our Advice Service page for further information.
Richmond AID provides a specialist Benefits Service, funded by the LBRuT. This service is designed to help disabled people and people with long-term or terminal conditions with getting their benefit entitlements. Visit our Benefits Service page for further information.
Richmond SPADE Gardening Service
Richmond SPADE is our award-winning gardening service which provides basic gardening maintenance to disabled and older people in the borough. A team of talented Volunteer Gardeners carry out tasks such as weeding, mowing the lawn, pruning and raking leaves. Visit our SPADE Gardening Service page for further information.
Richmond AID is working with local businesses to improve access for disabled people. Visit our Accessibility page for further information.
The employment project at Richmond AID supports disabled people either seeking, or in employment in Richmond upon Thames.
For information on more services visit www.richmondaid.org.uk