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Below are a list of websites you may find useful. If you discover other useful websites please email us and let us know.


ABLEize: Listing disabled clubs and groups in Kent.

Find Kent based disability clubs, groups and support services for all disabilities.


Disability Rights UK

Disability Rights UK produce high quality information, products and services developed by and for disabled people. They partner with the private and public sector, with the aim of improving business practices.


Disabled Living Foundation

DLF is a national charity providing impartial advice, information and training on independent living.  They have a wealth of information on a number of aids and equipment details of which can be accessed via their website.



A link to the UK government website detailing national information about living with disability and the services on offer.


Kent County Council – Care and Support

Kent County Council website with information about accessing local authority services for disabled people  and their carers.


Me Included

“Giving people a collective, more powerful and influential voice that lead to real and positive changes.

Share your accessibility experiences with others. Leave a review or see what others are saying.

We’ll tell businesses what works and where they need to improve.”


Skills for Care

Skills for Care is the home of the National Skills Academy for Social Care, offering workforce learning and development support and practical resources from entry level right through to those in leadership and management roles.

By working with employers and sharing best practice, Skills for Care help raise quality and standards across the whole sector and ensure dignity and respect are at the heart of service delivery.


South East Network of Disabled People’s Organisations (SENDPO)

The South-East Network of Disabled People’s Organisations (SENDPO) is one of the latest examples of a movement of organisations run and controlled by disabled people that has taken a leadership role over the last 40 years to advance the human rights of disabled people.


Spectrum Centre for Independent Living

Based in Southampton, Hampshire, Spectrum Centre for Independent Living campaigns for the full civil rights of disabled people whilst supporting disabled people to make use of current provisions available to enable them to live independently.