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Diversity Links

In this section, you will find links to local and national organisations involved in equality and diversity issues. If you have a link you would like to recommend, please send your suggestion to info@diversitylink.co.uk

Diversity Link is not responsible for the content of external websites. We do endeavour to check every link is relevant to our visitor’s interests.

Turn2Us

Turn2Us

Turn2us exists to help people access the funds they need that are available to them through benefits, grants and other financial help.

Trans-Active

Trans-Active

Trans-active is a project in which teenagers with and without severe learning disabilities work together. They use multimedia to explore and communicate choices they will have when they leave school.

The Sequal Trust

The Sequal Trust

Aims to bridge the communication gap by supplying specialist communication equipment for disabled people of all ages across the UK.

The Priority Trust

The Priority Trust

Priority Trust helps physically disabled children and young people gain independence and confidence to achieve their potential. They make grants to fund the provision of mobility equipment.

The Disability Foundation

The Disability Foundation

The Disability Foundation is a registered charity, promoting the lives of all disabled people, their families and carers, by supporting them in their desire to live an independent and dignified lifestyle - making their own choices.

Scope

Scope

A disability organisation in England and Wales whose focus is people with cerebral palsy. Our aim is that disabled people achieve equality: a society in which they are as valued and have the same human and civil rights as everyone else. If you need information, advice or just someone to talk to, get in touch with us.

Ryder-Cheshire Volunteers

Ryder-Cheshire Volunteers

Give disabled people the opportunity to take up any leisure or learning pursuit, either in partnership with a volunteer or by joining a local club or college.

Royal National Institute of the Blind

Royal National Institute of the Blind

supporting blind and partially sighted people

Royal National Institute for the Deaf

Royal National Institute for the Deaf

Clear, regularly updated site. Large number of fact sheets available to download.

Royal Association for Deaf People

Royal Association for Deaf People

Gives information about sign language training, deaf clubs. Also has a number of factsheets.