Monday, March 25, 2019

Business Directory

Set up to offer support, reasearch imformation and resources in all areas of osteogenesis imperfecta (Brittle Bone) throughout the UK and Ireland. Offers a detailed explanation of the condition.

Level access wheelchair accessible holiday cottage in Branscombe, Devon.  View images, details of accessibility and how to book or request further details. Includes special offers.

Provides advice and support after a person dies to help those with mental health problems cope and come to terms with the bereavement of a family member, friend or loved one. Includes contacts and useful articles.

Details of accessible routes and places of interest offering easier access for wheelchairs and mobility scooters. View images, video clips and accessible walks on Devon's Exmoor.

An official guide to wheelchair, mobility scooters and the mobility impaired visiting The Lake District in Cumbria. Details of outdoor activities, walks without stiles and accommodation for all disabilities.

Providing disabled access resources for Dartmoor including wheelchair and mobility scooter access to many areas. Includes images, links to related sites and offers details of Rambling for the Disabled.

A Tripadvisor community forum covering a range of topics and readers views in all areas of disabled access and travel. Covers airport travel, accessible accommodation, wheelchair travel and traveling with a service dog. Requires registration to post.

Visit London offers official exemption charge details for disabled Blue Badge holders that travel into central London. Includes details of how to register if your vehicle is not exempt from road tax. Read the facts before entering central London by car.

Details of Blue Badge disabled parking for drivers visiting London. This official Visit London guide offers details of how to identify the bays, explains the parking time restrictions and highlights accessible parking at some of London's biggest attractions.

The Independent Cinema Office providing details of five ways to make your venue more accessible to the deaf and hearing impaired. Includes examples of British Sign Language (BSL), lipreading and residual hearing to enhance cinema access for the deaf.