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Self Help UK

Self Help Groups


    A parent support group for families living with autism

    Information & advice for people with disabilities. Signposting to relevant departments of organisaitons
  • BCDOP (British Limbless Ex-Service Men's Association)

    Supports groups of disabled people and campaigns for their rights.
  • BEAMA Foundation for Disabled People

    The Beama Foundation for Disabled People was established by the Federation of British Electro-Technical and Allied Manufacturers' Associations and the Royal Association for Disability and Rehabilitation (RADAR). The object of the Foundation is to assist disabled people through the provision of...
  • Bendrigg Trust

    The Bendrigg Trust is a residential activity centre which runs outdoor education courses and holidays for young people with special needs. Located in countryside between the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales, the Centre has two accommodation units set in 15 acres of grounds. Groups come to the...
  • Benefit Enquiry Line

    The Benefit Enquiry Line (BEL) is a benefits helpline for people with disabilities, carers and representatives. BEL is part of the Department for Work and Pensions. They offer confidential advice and information on benefits and how to claim them. In addition to giving advice they are also able to...
  • Blue Badge Alliance

    The Blue Badge is a parking permit for disabled people. The BlueBadge Alliance is an independent association dedicated to the betterment and well-being of disabled people throughout the UK. Their web-site is designed for your information and guidance only and all enquiries and member services...
  • Blue Badge Network

    The Blue Badge is a parking permit for disabled people. The primary object of the Blue Badge Network is to assist all disabled people, and their families, of all ages. To help them integrate more effectively with society through the European Union, by co-operation, to overcome access and mobility...
  • Bobath Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy

    The Bobath Centre is a charity that specialises in the treatment of children with cerebral palsy. The Bobath Centre: Treats children in accordance with Bobath principles. Provides an assessment and consultancy service, especially for children living at a distance from London. Trains...
  • British Amputee & les Autres Sports Association

    BALASA's aim is to provide sporting opportunities for people with disabilities, particularly for those people who are involved in competitive sport and who are entitled to compete for Great Britain under the International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports (IWAS) rules and classification...