Inchwater Home Care

Web Links

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Here are some web links we have found useful over the years and are provided here as a general service. We try to check details on a regular basis, but please contact us if you find a broken link. Please note that all links are to third-party websites that are responsible for their own content; no warranty or recommendation should be inferred by any listing on this page. If you have any suggestion for including additional UK-based resources, please contact us. (Updated November 2020)


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Resource and DescriptionType
Ability Magazine – publication of the British Computer Society Disability Group campaigning for accessible IT. Website
Ableize Disability & Mobility – The UK and Ireland’s largest and most viewed resource of disability mobility and special needs. Website
Access Audio – suppliers of communication and control equipment to assist disabled people at work, at home, or at play Website
Ace Centre – Experts in Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) and Assistive Technology (AT)Website
Action for M.E. Support.Website
Age UK (Deal, Folkestone, Kent): The Deal and Folkestone centres are a one-stop shop that offers services, activities, information and support for over 50’s. Local
Age UK (Canterbury, Kent): An independent local charity working with and for older people in Canterbury and surrounding villages Local
anAurora – The Internet Magazine for Disabled Women.Website
Arthritis Care – Support, campaigns and services for people with arthritis.Website
Be My Eyes – Support services for people with visual a impairment. A fantastic new service that uses sighted volunteers to support people living independently.Website
Carer’s Support – Dover, Thanet and Canterbury: Supporting those who care for a relative or friend Local
Centre for Accessible Environments – Working to make the built environment accessible to all.Website
Centre for Independent Living in Kent (CiLK) supports the Disabled Community in Kent with peer support, advocacy, disability equality training, independent living & Direct Payments. Local
Citizens Advice BureauxWebsite
Communication Matters (ISAAC UK) – Augmentative Alternative Communication group.Website
Consensus Support for people with learning difficultiesWebsite
Companion Stairlifts – One of the largest retailers of stairlifts in the U.K.Website
CRDC – Choices and Rights Disability Coalition.Website
Counselling Directory – a fully searchable directory of local professional counsellors.Website
Deal Mobility is a friendly, Kent-based company specialising in Mobility products Local
Digital UniteWebsite
Disability Awareness in Action (DAA) is an international human rights network, run for and by disabled people.Website
Disability Rights Commission.Website
Disabled Accessories – Supply a huge range of innovative disabled aids and sports injury / trauma products at low cost. Website
Disabled Living Foundation. Website
Disability Resources from the UK government Website – the UK’s online shop for daily living aids. Website
Finchale Training College for Disabled People Website
Geemarc Telecom – Provide communication equipment for people with Hearing and Visual disabilities. Website
The Good Care Group.Are you looking for Live-In care? We work closely with The Good Care Group who provide a multi award-winning live-in care service.WebsiteLocal
Guide Dogs for the Blind Association. Website
Headway – National organisation for people with a head injury Website
Heart ‘n’ Soul Music Theatre – A leading disability arts group. Website
Interactive Me: Personalised life stories for better conversations in dementia care. Improving relationships with touchscreen techologyLocal
King’s Fund – The King’sFund is an independent charitable foundation whose goal is to improve health, especially in London. Website
Leonard Cheshire – works with 12,000 disabled people in the UK, and a further 15,000 across the world. Website
Mabels – a web site that caters for the older generation providing daily support & services. Website
MND Association – providing help and support for people who have the condition as well as their friends and families Website
Multiple Sclerosis Society. Website
My Grants – information on grants for people with disabilities.Website
Online Course Directory Website
Opportunities – Employment charity for people with disabilities. Website
Parkinson’s UK Website
Propeller Multimedia Ltd – Rehabilitation software for people with acquired head injuries. Website
Remap – Make technical aids for disabled people on a voluntary basis. Website
Remploy – supported employment for disabled people Website
Rica – national research charity that produces independent information for older and disabled people. Note: Page slow to load (12/10/2016) Website
Royal National College for the Blind College. The college is the largest college of further education for people with sight loss in the UK. Website
Royal National Institute for the Blind (RNIB). Website
Scope – The national charity for people with Cerebral Palsy. Website
The Stroke Association Website
Therapy Directory Website
Widgit Software for literacy and special needs. Website – Information, Goods and Services. Website
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