Disability

Milton Keynes Centre for Integrated Living

MK CIL can provide information and advice on a wide range of disability related subjects and general subjects including mobility, equipment, care, benefits, housing, leisure activities/holidays and social care procedures/pathways. It is a free service for people with disabilities of all ages, their families, friends, carers and professionals.

Telephone: 01908 231344

Website: http://mkcil.org.uk

Email: info@mkcil.org.uk

The Disability Resource Centre

Free Help & Advice for Disabled People including Carers & Families of Disabled People, Older People & People Affected by Long-Term Health Conditions.

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Headway Bedford

Headway Bedford provide a supportive and stimulating environment for people who have an acquired brain injury.

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Sight Concern

Sight Concern (Bedfordshire) is an independent, local, sight-loss charity providing information, advice and practical support for blind and partially sighted people in Bedfordshire and Luton.

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Scope

Scope is a charity that exists to make this country a place where disabled people have the same opportunities as everyone else.

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Multiple Sclerosis

National Support

Local Support

SNAP Parent Carer Forum

For Central Bedfordshire parent carers of children and young people with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND) aged 0-25 years.

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Website: www.snappcf.org.uk

Flitwick & District Stroke Club

Meets on the First Wednesday of the month from 2 pm to 4.30 pm at the Ellenshaw Court, Hinksley Road, Flitwick, Beds.

Call 01525 717181 (John Farmer).

Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust

Located in Milton Keynes, Thomas Edward Mitton House is a specialist residential centre that provides continuing rehabilitation and specialist care and support for people with an acquired brain injury.

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Action for Blind People

Action for Blind People provides practical and emotional advice and support across England to people who are blind or partially sighted and their friends and family.

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Bedfordshire M.E Support Group

One of the group’s main functions is a regular meet-up, where members can talk to others with similar experience in a friendly setting. They exchange information about the treatment and management of CFS/ME and give each other help and support.

Bedfordshire M.E Support Group