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The Royal Borough of Greenwich is committed to improving the health and well-being of everyone who lives, works and learns in our borough. This guide is part of our continuing commitment to improving accessibility across all Royal Borough services. The guide will help people with disabilities, their carers, families and friends find out whether shops, pubs, restaurants and hundreds of other popular Royal Greenwich venues and public buildings are accessible to them, before they set off.
82First AvenueKingswinfordWest MidlandsDY6 7FJ
Handicare and Age UK Enterprises work together to offer excellent products at reasonable prices. Trading as Age UK Mobility, the company provides stairlifts, bathing solutions and other mobility aids and in turn support the charitable work of Age UK. Helping you to stay safe and independent in your home, the website is full of tips and advice on how to choose the right mobility product for you.
Memorial HospitalShooters HillLondonSE18 3RG
The Community Assessment and Rehabilitation (CAR) Teams is an integrated service that’s made up of both health and social care professionals. The service can provide social care support for people who live in the Royal Borough of Greenwich, as well as health services for those with a Greenwich GP. The CAR Teams main focus is to ensure that everyone is given an opportunity to maximise their independence before they are assessed for their longer term health and social care needs. There are 3 CAR teams covering the geographic areas of Woolwich, Eltham and Greenwich. Each CAR…
Dial-a-Ride is a door to door transport service for disabled people who are unable (or almost unable) to use public transport services including buses, trams, London Overground and Underground trains, some or all of the time. If you feel that you need the Dial-a-Ride service, you need to complete our application form. Please note that you will only be eligible for Dial-a-Ride if you live in a London borough.
Access All Areas established in 2003 is an organisation run by disabled people that are fully dedicated to providing UK charities, businesses and service providers with Equality Act DDA access audit advice and reports where needed to assist with gaining greater access for all disabled and special needs people in the UK including wheelchair users, the blind, deaf and those with special needs. Run by a qualified Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) consultant…
279 Eltham High StreetLondonSE9 1TY
We are an independent family owned and run business. We have been trading in Eltham since November 2005. Our customers are mainly from the local area, including Welling, Bexleyheath, Sidcup, Bromley, Orpington, Eltham, Greenwich, Lewisham, Blackheath and surrounding areas. We offer free delivery within a 5 mile radius of our shop, unless the item requires a two person delivery, then a £15 excess delivery charge is payable. We offer a large range of items designed to allow our customers a more independent, safer life.
Guide Dogs provides advice, support and services to vision impaired people. Our mission is to give blind and partially sighted people the same freedom of movement as everyone else, through primarily two services - guide dogs and My Guide. We can take you through the benefits of a guide dog, and if suitable, the application process. We can also talk through our My Guide service which provides vision impaired people with a sighted guide volunteer for an agreed amount of time with the aim of getting that person mobile and out and about back into the community. Don't hesitate to…
Unit 3Cornwallis RoadWoolwichGreater LondonSE18 6SR
Medequip Assistive Technology is the leading provider of community equipment services to local authorities and the NHS across the UK, delivering a wide range of equipment and support to people in their own homes, keeping people independent for longer. This experience enables Medequip to be an ideal partner/supplier to any care provider including Nursing and Residential homes, Charities and Sheltered Housing as well as wholesale supply to Retailers and direct to Consumers through our ecommerce website
35Wellington StreetLondonSE18 6HQ
If an illness, disability, accident or frailty means you have difficulty carrying out everyday activities and you are eligible for community care services, the occupational therapy service can support you in becoming more independent at home. The occupational therapy team can: assess your individual needs help you to regain skills that you have lost because of illness or disability identify equipment and home adaptations to help you with everday activities advise your carer or carers on how best to assist…