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ABLEize is a UK disability resource directory. It offers information, advice and sales as well as information about disability, health resources, education, disabled support groups, local clubs and sports. It also promotes mobility and daily living aids and disability shopping sites.
Access Travel is a company that specialises in providing wheelchair accessible holiday solutions for people with restricted mobility. All properties have been either inspected by the company or recomended by a wheelchair user and in the judgement of Access Travel offer a good level of access…
Cam Sight is a Cambridgeshire charity that supports local people of all ages living with low vision and blindness to live the lives they choose. We work to enhance independence, improve well-being, and improve inclusion.  
Canine Partners helps people with disabilities to enjoy greater independence and a better quality of life by providing assistance dogs that are trained to perform a range of practical tasks, such as: Opening and closing doors and cupboards Retrieving a variety of items Helping you…
Our professional, fully trained care workers in Cambridgeshire, Peterborough and Norfolk support adults and older people with almost any condition or disability, including being elderly and frail or having cancer or a palliative illness. We offer: Personal care including help with bathing Assistance with medication…
Dedicated Care East Anglia provide tailored support in your own home or your local community, in one of our fully-adapted bungalows or on holidays in the UK and abroad, short breaks and days out in Norfolk and further afield. We can support you if you…
Disabled Access Holidays is an expert travel agency specialising in arranging disabled holidays to people with disabilities and other medical problems in the UK and all over the world. Following is the list of services provided: Guaranteed accessible accommodation, adapted rooms upon confirmation of booking Arranging…
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.  
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.
Information from the UK Government about driving with a disability or a health condition.