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Harp Mental Health and Well-being Resource - website for health professionals involved in assisting asylum seekers and refugees

Disability information and advice centres in Scotland

UPDATE: Scotland's National Disability Information Service
Tel: 0131 558 5200.

Link [Last update: 2006-01-13; 12:13]

The BMA: disability information factsheet

BMA on line resources including a range of support organisations.

Link [Last update: 2006-01-13; 12:13]

Contact a Family: helping families who care for children with any disability or special need

Contact a Family is a UK charity providing support and advice to parents whatever the medical condition of their child.
Contains a large directory of specific conditions and rare disorders.

Link [Last update: 2006-01-13; 12:13]

The British Council of Disabled People

BCODP was set up by disabled people to promote our full equality and participation within society. They are an umbrella organisation that represents approx. 136 disabled people's groups at the national level. These groups, controlled by disabled people, are mostly local coalitions working on local issues.

Link [Last update: 2006-01-13; 12:14]

Disabled Parents Network

A national organisation of, and for, disabled people who are parents or who hope to become parents, and their families, friends and supporters.

Link [Last update: 2006-01-13; 12:14]

DIAL UK: Serving the Disability Advice Network

A national organisation for a network of 160 local disability information and advice services run by and for disabled people.
For nearest, try Yellow Pages, or ring
DIAL UK: 01302 310 123, or
ADAIP: 01302 570 800 or
see link below.

Link [Last update: 2006-01-13; 12:15]


This is a national organisation run by, and working with, disabled people. It campaigns for equal rights for disabled people, promoting good practice and legislation that enables them to live independently in the community.

Link [Last update: 2006-01-13; 12:15]

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