There are other organisations that provide services, advice and other help to young disabled people. Take a look at some we have listed below to see where you might get further help and support.

 

Disability Information Scotland

Disability Information Scotland offer a number of different services to help guide people through a maze of disability information.

Tel: 0300 323 9961

Email: info@dibsailityscot.org.uk

Web: www.disabilityscot.org.uk

 

The Scottish Disability Directory

The Scottish Disability Directory provides details of local sources of support.

Web: http://www.disabilityscot.org.uk/dirsearch/

 

Turn2us

Turn2us provides a search engine tool on their website to help you look for available grants near you.

Web: https://grants-search.turn2us.org.uk/

 

Disability Grants

Disability Grants website provides information on grants and trusts available within the UK.

Web: https://www.disability-grants.org/

 

Counselling Directory

Counselling Directory is a helpful resource for those in distress and need to seek help. The website includes details about different types of disabilities, when you should look for help and what you should be looking for in a counsellor or psychotherapist.

Tel: 0333 325 2500

http://www.counselling-directory.org.uk/disabilities.html

 

Newlife Foundation

Newlife is the UK’s largest charity funder of children’s specialist disability equipment.Newlife equipment includes beds, seating, wheelchairs, communication aids and much more.

http://newlifecharity.co.uk/

Tel: 01543 462 777

 

Transition Support Service by The National Autistic Society

The transition support service is a free service for young autistic people aged 14 years+ and their parents or carers, looking for information and advice on the transition to adulthood. This includes young people preparing to leave school as well as further and higher education.