The following organisations promote themselves as having services or facilities appropriate for people with a learning disability. The information provided is submitted by the organisations themselves - Mencap does not endorse them and cannot guarantee their suitability for people with a learning disability. We welcome feedback about these organisations and their services - please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The aims and objectives of Action on Pre-Eclampsia are: protecting the lives of mothers and babies preventing or easing the suffering from pre-eclampsia by means of enhanced public awareness provision of immediate and continuing support to...
2c The Halfcroft
0116 260 8088
ASH is an information service for the general public and health professionals and they provide information on smoking and health, tobacco and the law. They also campaign to reduce addiction to smoking. ASH works by: highlighting the scale of the...
144 - 145 Shoreditch High Street
020 7739 5902
Active Outdoor Pursuits provide a comprehensive range of outdoor activities throughout Scotland. Based in Inverness-shire and Ayrshire in the South West, they offer activity days, holidays and training to everyone with a passion for the...
Craigower Lodge Outdoor Centre
Golf Course Road
01540 673 319
The purpose of the Trust is to provide assistance with the cost of holidays and/or respite breaks for young people aged 17 and under with either a physical or a mental disability and only applications for this purpose will be considered....
P O Box 26334
07770 842 502
ADDISS provide information, support and training to parents and professionals on Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). They also sell books and videos on ADHD and can refer parents to local groups.
2nd Floor, Premier House
112 Station Road
0208 952 2800
ADFAM is a national organisation working with families affected by drugs and alcohol and is a leading agency in substance-related family work. They provide a range of publications and resources for families about substance use and about criminal...
25 Corsham Street
020 7553 7640
Adoption UK is a national self-help charity for prospective and established adopters and long-term foster carers, providing information and support, advice and training, throughout the adoption process.
55 South Bar Street
01295 752 240
Advance is a specialist housing association providing housing support and employment services to meet the needs of people who have either a learning disability or a mental health problem. They offer good quality housing in ordinary residential...
2 Witan Way
01993 772 885
Advocacy Resource Exchange (ARX) aims to achieve a more equal and just society for people who are marginalised and at risk of social exclusion by empowering them through quality independent advocacy. ARX is a resource for all advocacy...
53 Millbrook Road East
02380 234 904
Aerobility formerly the British Disabled Flying Association (BDFA) was formed in 1993 with the purpose of encouraging flying for all regardless of disability. The founding members of the club are all active flyers who are keen to make the sport...
0303 303 1230 (mobile)
Afasic is a parent led organisation which represents and supports children and young people who have difficulty communicating due to speech and language impairments, ranging from articulation difficulties to the inability to use or understand...
20 Bowling Green Lane
020 7490 9410
Age UK the new force combining Age Concern and Help the Aged. With almost 120 years of combined history to draw on, we offer advice and provide a range of products and services for people in later life. We campaign on behalf of older people,...
268 London Road
0800 169 6565
The Aidis Trust is a charity that offers free services for people with a disability wanting to take advantage of technology. These include: provision of a local rate technical support helpline that helps any person with a disability fix computer.
15 Bloom Street
Al-Anon is worldwide and offers understanding and support for families and friends of problem drinkers, whether the alcoholic is still drinking or not. Alateen a part of Al-Anon, is for young people aged 12 to 17 who have been affected by...
61 Great Dover Street
The Alliance for Inclusive Education is a UK-based network led by people with a disability and supported by allies that include parents, educators and head teachers. The changes we wish to bring about are based on our conviction that all...
336 Brixton Road
Kennington Park Business Estate11 Cranmer RoadLondonSW9 6EJ
0207 737 6030
The aims of Alzheimer Scotland are: to be the national and local voice of and for people with dementia and their carers in Scotland to improve public policies for the benefit of people with dementia and their carers to provide and to secure the...
22 Drumsheugh Gardens
0131 243 1453
ACT - The Ann Craft Trust (formerly NAPSAC - the National Association for the Protection from Sexual Abuse of Adults and Children with Learning Disabilities) is concerned with safeguarding all adults and children with a learning disability who...
Centre for Social Work
University of Nottingham
0115 951 5400