Information in the “Lifestyle” Category
OnTrack magazine is the UK’s essential guide to sports for people of all ages and abilities.
OnTrack magazine believes that sports should be accessible to all and aims to bring readers an insight into the world of accessible sport from grass roots to the podium.
PosAbility is a fresh and innovative disability lifestyle magazine.
Their main focus is on the opportunities available to disabled people, whether that be in sports, careers, education, relationships, holidays or activities and experiences that are accessible to all.
Level Playing Field
Level Playing Field is a registered charity dedicated to disabled sports fans – and acts as a campaigning and advisory organisation to its membership and other parties across all sports. You will find information on facilities for disabled spectators at clubs and stadia, along with a wide range of useful information to help you become more involved with sport.
LILY (Living Independently In Later Years)
LILY is an online directory for West Norfolk that brings together information about a wide range of activities, services, advice and guidance, primarily for the over 65s, providing an easy-to-access, easy-to-use reference and signposting guide.
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Independent Living is the longest established website in their field, having been online continuously since 1999, providing information about living with a disability. Without any affiliations, they are free to carry a comprehensive range of information about products and services to help with all aspects of mobility, independence and daily living.
Parasport acts like the Yellow Pages for disability sport, providing information to people on high quality disability sports clubs in their area. The site also has videos and information on all Paralympic sports as well as case studies to provide an insight into the experiences of some Parasport users.
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Centre for Access to Football in Europe (CAFE) is a European wide charity established to achieve equal access to football.
CAFE is working with key stakeholders towards one clear aim; a more accessible and inclusive matchday experience for disabled fans.
The Carers Trust
If you are someone who, without payment, does what needs to be done to maintain the quality of life for a relative, neighbour or friend who could not manage otherwise because of frailty, illness or disability then you are a carer.
The Carers Trust has been specifically set up to offer help, advice and support to all carers regardless of their circumstances.
Disability Hate Crime
The Code for Crown Prosecutors governs how they make decisions about the prosecution of crime, including hate crime, and their Core Quality Standards provide a set of performance standards for all aspects of our work, including prosecutions.
To find out more about disability hate crime click "read more".
Mencap is the leading voice of learning disability. Everything we do is about valuing and supporting people with a learning disability, and their families and carers.
Mencap works with people with a learning disability to change laws, challenge prejudice and support them to live their lives as they choose.Visit Website
Over 7,000 disabled people in the UK rely on an assistance dog to help with practical tasks - offering emotional support and independence.
All ADUK dogs adhere to the highest training and welfare standards as set out by Assistance Dogs International and the International Guide Dogs Federation.
The Changing Places Consortium launched its campaign in 2006 on behalf of the 1/4 of a million people who cannot use standard accessible toilets.
This includes people with profound and multiple learning disabilities, motor neurone disease, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, as well as older people.
Personal Independence Payments (PIP)
This is the Governments new benefit intended to “enable you to lead a full, active and independent life”. Find out more about disability allowance and grants.
It may also be useful to read Age UKs’ article on Paying for care & support at home, it includes some guides and factsheets that you can download.
English Federation Of Disability Sport
Established in September 1998, EFDS is a national charity, dedicated to disabled people in sport and physical activity. We support a wide range of organisations to include disabled people more effectively. Our vision is that disabled people are active for life.
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If you have arthritis, Arthritis Care understands how it can affect you and your life. Whether you’ve been recently diagnosed or have been living with it for some while, we’re here with information and support.