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Herefordshire Disability United - Links

All links on this page are provided as a source of useful information.Being that Hereford is a rural county, easily obtainable information for disabled people is often hard to discover, which is why HDU have provided these links
HDU do not endorse products or services, listed below

Should you wish your group or organisation to have a link added to this page, please use the contact page to let us know

Aidis Trust The Aidis Trust is a charity which provides free, impartial support and advice to disabled people across the UK, to enable them to live empowered and independent lives through technology.

Autism @ICN Autism@ICN is a group of researchers in the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience at University College London.
We are working together to investigate how children and adults with autistic spectrum disorders see and understand the world, sometimes in ways that are different to other people.
Our research involves computer tests, simple games and puzzles, interviews and sometimes brain scans.

Barton Hill Animal Assisted Therapy Centre C.I.C. (Formerly known as Hereford Community Farm) it offers innovative support to people with additional needs through a programme of Animal Assisted Interventions, Therapeutic Horticulture and Equine Assisted Learning.

BBC My Web My Way This site provides accessibility help, enabling computer users to make the most of the internet whatever their ability or disability.

Carers Direct (NHS) is a national information, advice and support service for carers in England.

Carers Support Herefordshire Providing practical support and advice to the carers of Herefordshire

Dear Albert helps individuals to stop taking alcohol and drugs This organisation supports many with addiction issues, whether old or young, drugs, alcolhol and substance abuse. FREE, Clear and Totally User-Friendly website for Buying and Selling 2nd Hand Disability Equipment.

Disabled Photographers' SocietyThe Disabled Photographers' Society is a charity formed since 1968, to adapt cameras in order to make them easily usable by those with physical disabilities
This is achieved by free, long term loan of equipment or just by offering advice where needed. They can also adapt your own equipment.

Herefordshire Council Health and Social Care index page

Herefordshire Headway. supports and re-habilitates people with acquired brain injuries and supports their carers and families.

Herefordshire Mind. Herefordshire Mind is a registered local charity, affiliated to national Mind, providing support and services to people affected by mental distress, living in Herefordshire.

Hereford branch of the National Autistic Society
Chaired by Debbie Hobbs who has a child on the spectrum

Living Autism Living Autism is a charity with a vast array of information on the topic of autism. It show cases events nationally, explains many aspects of autism, and has a discussion forum which you can join. For further information check out their website

Services for Independent Living Providing services that enable disabled and older people to live independent lives in their own homes within their own community.

Sirus Automotive. Sirus are the UK’s market leader of compact ‘Drive From Wheelchair’ and ‘Passenger Up Front’ vehicle solutions. We also convert vehicles making an Internal Transfer possible.