Further resources for disabled people
Support organisations and online resources for people living with disabilities.
Leonard Cheshire Discover IT
From wanting a bit of support or just needing to be able to access the right equipment - we have digital coordinators and volunteers across the UK to help you become a digital whizz.
Lifeways Support Options
Lifeways supports adults with diverse and complex needs, including learning disabilities, autism, physical disabilities, acquired brain injuries, and mental health conditions, enabling them to live fulfilling and independent lives in the community.
Local area coordinators
Your local area coordinator can help you find advice and support in your community.
The Macular Disease Society provides advice, information and practical support to promote independence, confidence and quality of life for people with macular disease.
The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB), one of the UK's leading sight loss charities and the largest community of blind and partially sighted people.
Royal Association for Deaf People (RAD)
RAD works with people with all forms of deafness. It specialises in advocacy and employment issues, legal support and deaf community development.
Royal Mail - Articles for the blind
The scheme is a free, 1st class or international standard service designed to support blind and visually impaired people as well as the charities that work hard to improve their lives.
Swansea Access for Everyone (SAFE)
SAFE is a local access group who work towards achieving a built environment that is accessible to everyone.
Swansea Association Independent Living (SAIL)
SAIL is a local voluntary organisation of disabled people working to eliminate the barriers preventing disabled people from living full and independent lives.
Swansea Centre for Deaf People
The centre is a base for Deaf and hard of hearing people to come and attend the various activities they may be interested in.
Swansea Disability Forum
Run by Swansea Council for Voluntary Services, Swansea Disability Forum is an independently run forum, made up of disabled people, disability groups, voluntary organisations and interested individuals.