Works in: Newham.
Action and Rights of Disabled People in Newham is a cross impairment disabled people’s organisation promoting equality for disabled people who live, work or visit the London Borough of Newham.
Works in: Kensington and Chelsea. Website: http://www.adkc.org.uk
ADKC is a user-led disabled people’s organisation and works to enhance opportunities for disabled people (with physical, sensory and hidden impairments), living or working in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
Works in: London-wide. Website: https://www.actionondisability.org.uk
A disabled people led organisation managed and controlled by disabled people. To campaign for the rights of disabled people and influence local and national policy and practice.
Active Plus is a Disabled people-led organisation, which runs projects for the community with a particular focus on Dyslexic people their families and carers. They also campaign to raise awareness.
Works in: Brent. Website: http://www.brentac.org
Provides advocacy, advice and information to disabled people in Brent.
Works in: Camden. Website: http://camdendisabilityaction.org.uk/
Camden Disability Action is a user-led organisation which aims to promote the equality of deaf and disabled people living or working in Camden.
Works in: Camden. Website: http://camdenpeoplefirst.org.uk/
Camden People First is a self-advocay project run and led by adults with learning disabilities for adult with learning disabilities.
Works in: Hackney. London-wide. Website: http://www.choiceinhackney.org
Works in: Croydon. Website: http://www.croydonpeoplefirst.org.uk
We are user-led run by and for people with learning disabilities. Our services are Accessible information, Peer Support, Training, and projects.
Works in: Barking and Dagenham. Barnet. Bexley. Hackney. Haringey. Havering. Newham. Redbridge. Tower Hamlets. Waltham Forest. Website: http://www.dabd.org.uk
DABD (uk) is a voluntary independent organisation, providing a range of services to enable and support independent living and promote independence across London and the UK.
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