Email: [email protected]

Contact Form:

Telephone: 020 7452 2000 Fax: 020 7452 2001

Address: Livability, 6, Mitre Passage, London, SE10 0ER

Livability is the disability charity that connects people with their communities. We tackle social isolation and the barriers that can cause this in the lives of disabled and vulnerable people.

Through a wide range of disability, education, training and community services, we promote inclusion and wellbeing for all. Together, we work to see people take part, contribute and be valued. We put the elements in place that all add up to connected lives and communities.

Livability is a proven and trusted provider of disability care and community projects throughout the UK. Our 2000-strong, enabling team of staff and volunteers across the UK deliver:

  • Care homes and residential support centres.
  • A school and a further education college for disabled students.
  • A well-being discovery centre set in 200 acres of natural landscape.
  • Independent and supported living programmes for disabled people.
  • Care and support for disabled people.
  • Rehabilitation centres for brain and spinal injury.
  • Church training in community engagement and disability awareness.
  • Spinal injury rehabilitation expertise in developing countries.
  • ‘Dementia Inclusive Church’ resourcing and coaching.
  • Well-being and happiness coaching through the Livability Happiness Course.
  • Social inclusion work through churches and community projects

 In the list of Commissioning bodies, Shropshire and Telford & Wrekin are included in the list.


Find us on Face Book @LivabilityUK and Twitter @LivabilityUK

Registered Charity Number 1116530

Crowsmill Craft Centre

Crowsmill Craft Centre CIC


Email: N/A

Contact Form:

Telephone: 01746 781942   

Address:Coton Lane, Alveley,Bridgnorth, Shropshire WV15 6HF

Crowsmill Craft Centre can provide opportunities to learn both traditional and modern skills in rural and woodland activities, construction, or various arts and crafts, which can be therapeutic for health and wellbeing, and encourage involvement in team building.  They can also provide social skills, work ethics and a chance to learn skills that can help you change your direction in life and help you gain employment.

We are part of The Better Opportunities project which is a Big Lottery Funded project as well as the European Social Fund (EFS) to help tackle poverty and social exclusion faced by the most disadvantaged people in England. The project aims to provide pre-employment support within Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin for disadvantaged people aged 19 and over who are not in work.



Find us on Face Book @CrowsMillCraftCentreC.I.C and Twitter @CrowsMillCraftCentreC.I.C

Disabled Police Association

Telephone: N/A
Address: N/A

The Disabled Police Association was founded in July 2012 in response to a need for a coordinated response to national policing matters affecting disabled officers and staff within the police services of the United Kingdom.

The DPA is run by an Executive Committee made up of serving officers and police staff, drawn from all ranks and grades from police forces across the UK. National representatives meet regularly to discuss employment issues within the police service relating to disability, injury and illness. Support for individual officers and staff is provided by Force disability support networks.

Our Association holds no financial budget, and we receive no government funding.

(If you need assistance with autism, Asperger syndrome, dyslexia, ADHD or other neurodiverse conditions, our sister group the National Police Autism Association also offers personal advice and support.)

Follow us on Twitter at @DisabledPolAssn

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Disabled Access Day

Contact: Disabled Access Team


Email: [email protected]

Telephone:  N/A

Address: Disabled Access Day,
c/o Euan’s Guide,CodeBase,38 Castle Terrace,Edinburgh, EH3 9DZ

In 2015 Disabled Access Day began as a day to celebrate good access and to create opportunities for people to try something new. The day was very much about highlighting the fantastic access that already exists in places, experiences such as going on a touch tour, enjoying a relaxed peformance, sensory experiences, signed events, level access and of course a warm welcome!

The Day was founded against the backdrop of wanting to make it easy for disabled people to try something new. Often these activities and experiences are hard to arrange or create a sense of anxiety and fear. 

Our founder, Paul’s experience of wanting to try getting on a bus with his powerchair but not in the rush hour of a weekday service was the catalyst. He describes it as a day for focusing on creating opportunities for people to attend a series of organised events where they will receive a warm welcome, a chance to try something new and the memory of having done something different. He wants 2019′s events and experiences to have a legacy. Just like his telling the story of trying a bus for the first time. 

Disabled People are encouraged having tried something new, or visited somewhere new, to share their story so that others can follow. A review on Euan’s Guide, a tweet on social media or a blog post all help to make it easier for others considering a similar visit or experience. 

Follow them on Face Book @DisabledAccessDay and Twitter @AccessDay


My Options-Telford


Email: [email protected]

Telephone: 01952 381317

AddressGround Floor, Darby House, Lawn Central, Telford, TF3 4JA

About My Options: 

My Options, offers five separate services which are committed to enabling people to live life the way they choose, by offering flexible support options which promote independence, well-being and community involvement.

Working closely with individuals, parents and carers, commissioners and Local Authorities, we are a trusted and established service.

We are passionate about providing the best to our customers, listening to what people want and making a positive difference to their lives.

If you or someone you know would like to find out more about My Options and our wide range of services, our friendly team are waiting and available to help.

Please contact us by telephone on 01952 381317 or you can email us at  [email protected].

We look forward to working with you to provide the best possible care and support solution to help you retain independence and make that difference.


Find us on Face Book @myoptionstelford and Twitter @TelfordWrekin

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Telford & Wrekin Family Connect


This page has links to the following services and help:




Vision Support

Vision Support


Email: [email protected]

Telephone: 01244 381515 or FAX 01244 282377

Head Office Address: Units 1 & 2 The Ropeworks, Whipchord Lane, Chester, Cheshire CH1 4DZ 

Chester Vision Centre (Blue Coat) Bluecoat Square , Upper Northgate Street,Chester, Cheshire

Email: [email protected]

Telephone: 01244 341885 Fax: 01244 382337

Halton Sensory Service Centre: Halton Sensory Services Centre,126 Widnes Road, Widnes,

Email: [email protected]

Telephone: 0151 511 8801   Fax: 01244 382337

Prestatyn Sight Loss Centre: 38 High Street, Prestatyn LL19 9BB

Email: [email protected]

Telephone 01745 472558 or fax 01244 382377

Wrexham Centre: Room 33, AVOW, 21 Egerton Street, Wrexham LL11 1ND

Email : [email protected]

Telephone 01978 318813 Fax: 01244 382337

We exist to support vision impaired people and raise awareness of their needs.  Vision Support is a regional charity established in 1876, we now operate in many parts of Cheshire and North Wales providing local support and services within the local community.

We work closely with local authorities and other organisations to ensure we reach as many people as possible, offering specialist advice about any issues relating to vision impairment.  We also provide a wide variety of services within the local community such as:


Find us on Face Book @visionsupportcharity and Twitter: _Vision Support @VisionSupport

Registered Charity Number 1068565

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RVS (Royal Voluntary Service) formally WRVS


Telephone: 0845 608 1222 (8 am-6 pm Monday to Friday to find out about services in your area)

Contact Form:

Address: Royal Voluntary Service, Cardiff Gate, Beck Court, Cardiff Gate Business Park, CARDIFF, CF23 8RP

To mark our 75th anniversary, WRVS have relaunched as Royal Voluntary Service. Along with a new name, we also have a new logo, and a new slogan: ‘together for older people’ Research shows that the name WRVS (which stood for Women’s Royal Voluntary Service) did not reflect what we do, and hindered new people understanding and feeling inspired by our work. ‘Royal Voluntary Service’ is more easily understood; it conveys a sense of our history and belief in the power of volunteering, as one of the largest volunteer organisations in Britain  It is also more inclusive, showing that we are here for men as well as women.

Older people tell us there are five key conditions that need to be in place to live well:

  • Respect for who I am
  • I can get the help I want
  • I feel in control
  • I feel that I belong
  • I have people I can trust’

RVS can help:

In the home: Meals on Wheels, Home library services, Good Neighbours, Community transport

In the community: Lunch clubs, Social centres and community clubs, Information centres and cafes, Community centres and cafes

In hospitals: Hospital shops and cafes, Home from Hospital, Greeting and guiding, Patient support, Gifting

In emergencies and disasters: Evacuation to rest centres, Helplines and casualty bureaus, Crisis support, Emergency feeding, Emergency response training

The Armed Forces: Services welfare, Soldier support, Locations

Click here to find out about Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin Royal Voluntary Service

Click her to find out what is happening in Shropshire:

Find us on Face Book @royalvoluntaryservice and Twitter @RoyalVolService

Registered Charity Number 1015988 


Disability Rights UK

Disability Rights UK


Email: [email protected]

Telephone: Office Number 0330 995 0400 (Note this is not an advice line)
(this line open Mon-Fri, between 10.00 and 12.30 p.m and 1.30 and 4.00 p.m)

Address: Plexal, 14 East Bay Lane, Here East, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Stratford, London E20 3BS

Disability Rights UK is the leading charity of its kind in the UK. We are run by and for people with lived experience of disability or health conditions.

Our Mission

We are disabled people leading change

  • In 3 years we will enable at least 50,000 diverse disabled people to have voice and influence, connecting with each other and with us. We support change agents and enable disabled people to exert power and influence.
  • We will work in partnership with other Disabled People’s Organisations (DPOs) to showcase approaches to social, economic and public participation and share learning, including through joint projects.
  • We will work with many organisations in a position to act, in all sectors, to support them to put disabled people’s priorities at the heart of their policies and practices.
  • We will campaign to strengthen and protect disabled people’s rights.

DR UK is itself led by people with diverse experiences of disability and health conditions, from different communities. We work with allies committed to equal participation for all. Together we can be stronger.

We have several Helplines within Disability Rights UK that provide information on a variety of issues. All of our telephone helplines carry Advice Quality Standard accreditation. On all the links below, you will find a lot of useful information.

  • Enable Fund Telephone: 0330 995 0400 and select Option 1 Email: [email protected] Users of BSL can use the text to talk service through the app or by dialling 18001 followed by 0330 995 0400 (option 1) and the handler will relay between the deaf caller and DRUK. 

Find us on Face Book and Twitter 

We are a  Registered Charity No.1138585.

Through the Doorway

Through the Doorway to Healthy Living


Email: [email protected]

Telephone or Text: 07528 700492

Contact Us Link: (takes you to a contact form)

Through the Doorway to Healthy Living is a ‘virtual’ healthy living centre working primarily in Shrewsbury, but also with a Shropshire-wide remit.

We use the term ‘virtual’ because we do not have premises of our own, preferring to use a variety of community venues across the area to provide activities within communities – in other words we want to spend as much of our funding as possible on people rather than places.

Our aim is to reduce health inequalities (by which we mean reducing the gap between the health of different groups of people such as the well-off compared to poorer communities or people with different ethnic backgrounds), by giving people the skills, opportunities and confidence to adopt healthier lifestyles.

We do this by providing free or low cost practical activities that can help people to live healthier and more fulfilled lives.

Building Better Opportunities-This project will provide pre-employment support within Shropshire and Telford and Wrekin for people aged 19 and over who are not in work. It focuses on those who are furthest from the labour market, helping them engage in activity to move towards and into employment and is funded by the Big Lottery and European Social Fund.

Through the Doorway to Healthy Living are delivering a variety of taster sessions and courses as part of this programme. We have three themes: Health & Wellbeing, Cookery and Exercise. To find out more click here

Find us on  Face Book @TTDShrewsbury and Twitter @TTDShrewsbury