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Cubewing is a London based office furniture company. They have a range of height adjustable desks which are suitable for wheelchair users with a choice of adjustment mechanisms to suit every situation and price range; from a budget lock in place system for desks which are rarely adjusted to electronic and gas strut mechanisms which have fingertip control and can be adjusted within minutes. Check the site out for images, sizes and how to purchase.
Highlights the benefits of using mediation to resolve workplace conflicts along with publications and details of the strengths and weaknesses and the importance of mediation training undertaken by providers.
Set up to assist members obtain access to professional information and to help visitors understand the value of mediation. Site includes newsletters, references and a discussion forum for registered users.
Autism and aspergers support and social activities group in Dobwalls with details of their weekly events and fundraising. Open Monday to Friday.
Provides advice to local businesses and service providers to help improve disabled access in West Sussex. Site includes access guides, details of access assessments and contacts.
Part of Diabetes UK set up to provide help and support to Sussex people living with diabetes. Site includes information and resources, details of meetings and social events.
Set up to offer self help, friendship, social activities and practical advice between families affected by autism in West Sussex.
Provides specialist autism support services for children, adults and families in West Sussex with details of local events, volunteering options and a dedicated helpline.
Provides fibromyalgia information, resources and support as well as details of local West Sussex social and fundraising events.
Set up to promote football for people of all abilities with details of their dedicated Sussex league, match dates and how to give football a try with a disability.
Based in Burgess Hill, West Sussex providing support for children with autism as well as offering family support services, purpose-built residential housing, respite care and special education.
Do you, or someone you know, have a disability or would you like to go on a cruise holiday but think cruise ships are inaccessible? Doug Smith the author of "The disABILITY To Cruise?"is a full-time wheelchair user, having had Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus since birth and worked in the cruise industry and enjoyed a number of cruise holidays. Get a copy of his book, "The disABILITY To Cruise?" and get all the information required to decide if a cruise holiday is right for you.