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Council Information Centre: King's Lynn

Visit in person At our Council Information Centre you can: Get advice and information Get help to access a council service online Make a payment for council services online Appointments If you cannot resolve your enquiry online, please call us on 01553 616200 to see if we can…
Telephone:
01553 616200

Website:
www.west-norfolk.gov.uk

David Relph Adaptations

David Relph Adaptations is a family run business started by David, a paraplegic himself, almost 20 years ago. The majority of adaptations can be carried out via a mobile service at customers homes or at the dealership before new vehicles are collected. It also offers…
Telephone:
01362 695562

E-mail
enquiries@davidrelph.com

Website:
www.davidrelph.com

Dementia Friendly Home Assesment

The LILY Project funds Dementia Friendly Home Assesments. The aim of the free assessment is to enable those living with dementia to remain living safely in their own home for longer. Measures that could be considered include signage or colour differentiation for those who suffer…
Telephone:
01553 616200

Website:
www.careline-cs.org.uk

Disability Onboard

Disability Onboard is a website provided by National Rail which offers advice and guidance to help disabled people to travel by train. It will help you identify the barriers that might affect your train journey and show you how to find solutions.

Disability Rights UK

Disability Rights UK is the leading charity of its kind in the UK. It provides information, products and services developed by disabled people for disabled people. We want a society where everyone can participate equally. Factsheets and Guides are available on the website on: what…
Telephone:
020 7250 8181 - General Enquiries, 020 7250 8180 - Membership, 020 7250 8191 - Sales

E-mail
enquiries@disabilityrightsuk.org

Website:
www.disabilityrightsuk.org

Disabled Living Foundation

Disabled Living Foundation (DLF) is a national charity providing impartial advice, information and training on independent living. The DLF helpline gives free, impartial advice about mobility products or other types of daily living equipment for older and disabled people, information on where you can buy or…
Telephone:
0300 999 0004 Helpline, 020 7289 6111 Switchboard

E-mail
helpline@dlf.org.uk

Website:
www.dlf.org.uk

DisabledGear.com

DisabledGear.com is a FREE & easy-to-use website designed to make buying and selling second-hand disability equipment painless.

Dog A.I.D.

Dog A.I.D. (Assistance in Disability) helps disabled dog owners by providing a trainer to help give them the knowledge and skills to turn their pet dog into a qualified assistance dog. Due to the number of clients on its waiting list Dog A.I.D. is currently closed to new…
Telephone:
01743 588469

E-mail
info@dogaid.org.uk

Website:
www.dogaid.org.uk

Dogs for Good

Dogs for Good is a pioneering charity that provides specially-trained assistance dogs for people with physical disabilities. Its dogs can offer greater independence through practical support such as picking up dropped items, opening doors, helping with dressing and undressing, and even emptying the washing machine.
Telephone:
01295 252600

E-mail
info@dogsforgood.org

Website:
https://www.dogsforgood.org/

East Anglian DriveAbility

Assessment and advice for people with disabilities who wish to drive, return to drive, be a passenger or use an outdoor electrically powered vehicle. There are costs related to using / accessing the services, but costs are subsidised. In special circumstances Home Visits may occasionally be…
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