Disability

Action for Blind People is a national charity with local reach, providing practical help and support to blind and partially sighted people of all ages. Living with sight loss can be challenging. But we believe everyone affected by sight loss can face the future with confidence.

105  Judd Stree

WC1H 9NE

0303 123 9999 – Helpline

Provide free and confidential information to deaf and hard of hearing people, their families and professionals. We fund research to find a cure for hearing loss, and encourage the take-up of new technology and medical treatments to help manage the condition. We provide accessible information to help the people we support manage their condition and access their rights.

19-23 Featherstone Street,
London EC1Y 8SL

0808 808 0123 – free helpline
Head office – 020 723594442

Our dementia support workers offer information and practical guidance to help you understand dementia, cope with day-to-day challenges and prepare for the future or help with claiming benefits and other entitlements. Until the day we find a cure, we will strive to create a society where those affected by dementia are supported and accepted, able to live in their community without fear or prejudice.

Part United Reform Church,
Joel Street,
Northwood Hills,
Middlesex HA6 1NL

01923 823 999 (Harrow and Hillingdon office)
0300 222 1122 (National helpline for dementia information and support)

Carers Trust  not only provides respite breaks for carers but have expanded remit to include care at home, information, advice and peer support activities, Live In Care, group activities and specialist services.

We support adults and children of all ages, with a wide range of disabilities and health conditions. We offer a person-centred approach that is flexible to the needs of the client.

Key House, 106 High Street, Yiewsley
Middlesex  UB7 7BQ

01895 258888

DASH strives to empower, inspire and motivate disabled people of any age to reach their full potential every day and in every situation. We provide advice, support and activities that allow disabled people to take control of their lives and become more independent, confident and part of the community.

Wood End Centre,
Judge Heath Lane,
Hayes UB3 2BP

020 8848 8319
020 8848 8324

A support group run by, and for, parent/carers of adults in Hillingdon with learning disabilities. We talk with each other, listen to guest speakers, and find out what services are available.

We meet on the 4th Wednesday of every month at 10 a.m. at Christ Church, Redford Way, Belmont Road,Uxbridge.UB8 1SZ

Email: info@hillingdonparentcarersupport.org.uk

07713292338
01895274383

Michael Sobell Hospice provides care, comfort and support for local people facing life limiting illnesses.  The Hospice is a special place, where patients and families can spend precious time together, on the Mount Vernon Hospital site. Our professional team offers medical, nursing and emotional care along with practical support for patients, their families and carers.

Michael Sobell Hospice
Mount Vernon Hospital
Northwood
HA6 2RN

020 3826 2373 – reception
020 3826 2377 – out of hours helpline

We fund research, give grants, campaign for change, provide information and support, invest in MS specialists and lend a listening ear to those who need it. Our ultimate goal is to find a cure. Until then, we’re working to make sure no one has to face MS alone. Everything we do is guided by people with MS. Because together, we’re stronger

 

0808 800 8000

Scope exists to make this country a better place for disabled people and their families. We do this by running a range of services, raising awareness of the issues that disabled people face and influencing change across society. We provide support, advice and information for more than a quarter of a million disabled people and their family members every year.

6 Market Road

N7 9PW

0808 800 3333 – helpline
02076197296 – supporter line