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e: info@disabledliving.co.uk
Monday - Friday 9.00am – 4.30pm
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A year of celebrations!

Kicking off with a 1940’s Tea Dance for people with Dementia and their carers

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A year of celebrations!

Kicking off with a 1940’s Tea Dance for people with Dementia and their carers

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Bladder and Bowel UK

Support for People with Bladder & Bowel Problems

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Kidz Exhibitions

Free Visitor Tickets for Kidz to Adultz Exhibitions

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Training for People working in the Health & Social Care Sector

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51 Redbank

Redbank House

Training Rooms, Multi Sensory Experience & Office Accommodation

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About Us

Disabled Living is a registered charity (charity number 224742) which was established in 1897. Disabled Living is a leading organisation for the provision of information and advice about equipment and services for disabled children and adults, older people, their families and carers. In addition we have a range of resources to support our professional colleagues and work in partnership with the commercial sector to showcase their equipment.

As a truly independent third sector organisation active throughout the UK, we very much have a national overview of service and equipment provision. We are a forward thinking organisation who is quick to respond to the continually changing health and social care landscape. Our service developments are not hindered by the ‘ red tape’ of so many statutory and larger third sector organisations, therefore the team can respond quickly to a change in direction to ensure we remain current and sustainable.

Our Mission is …..

To be the leading voluntary organisation providing advice and information about assistive technology (equipment and products) to help disabled and older people make more informed choices which enables easier, safer and more independent living.

Our Vision is…..

To work for a society where disabled people, their families and carers can achieve optimum independence and self determination.

Debra Evans is the Chief Executive, whose networks within the disability and assistive technology market are vast. Debra, is supported and advised by a Management Board of Trustees who have a wealth of experience in the health and social care, disability and commercial arenas to ensure the charity remains financially sustainable.