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Friday, April 25, 2014

Disabled Support Groups

The following is a comprehensive list of support groups throughout the UK covering a range of conditions and disabilities offering local meetings and support as well as telephone and email support contacts.  Ableize have scoured the Internet to find a whole host of support groups and listed them alphabetically to enable you to browse through them with ease and without the frustration of poor search results.

Find support groups for disabled adults and children in the UK offering disabled and disability advice, help, support and assistance to both the disabled person, their familiy members and carers here in this the largest selection of support groups in the UK providing advice, support and social meetings to people of all disabilities. Select from the categories below or visit our disabled groups and clubs section that contains many sites listed by county and may well have a club or support group near you.
 

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Provides support services, meetings and offers a national helpline for people with drink related problems.
Details of AA support meetings offered throughout Berkshire.
Offering help and advice to individuals affected with Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia in the Croydon areas of London.
An online directory of support and advice services to assist disabled people their families and their carers.
A busy and well orginised forum for the disabled biker.
Offers support, information and advice to enable disabled people to make choices in all areas of life from employment to housing. Includes telephone contacts.
A support group run by mums of children with special needs. Site provides details of events, training and offers telephone contact.
Provides help, advice and support to disabled people aged 18 to 64 living in the London borough of Southwark.
Offers support to anybody that is suicidal or despairing and providing emotional support by email, telephone or drop in services.
A national information and support group for individuals and family members affected by rare chromosome disorders. Site offers information leaflets, contacts and joining details.