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Links to other useful information resources

These links will take you to other useful websites containing relevant information about living with a disability, and about Multiple Sclerosis. If you know of a website that you think should be included, please contact us and let us know.

If you are looking for a Centre in another area, the MS National Therapy Centre has a comprehensive list of MS Centres across the UK.


Accessible Holidays
Finding an accessible holiday is not easy! For information on enjoyable, accessible holidays we have selected a few possible options for you because everyone needs a holiday.

Able Magazine
Disability lifestyle magazine.

Artsline provide disability access information for the arts, leisure and entertainment.


BBC Disability Magazine website
Information on disability in the media.

British Medical Journal
This site contains the full text of all articles published in the weekly BMJ from January 1994.


Carers Hotline
The Department for Work and Pensions was formed on 8th June 2001 from parts of the former Department of Social Security, and parts of the former Department for Education and Employment.

College Students with a disability

The Compare Insurance guide to travel with a disability.


Disability Direct
Searchable database of Charities, Organisations, Companies and Service Providers from all around the UK to help disabled people, their families and health care providers find just the right information.

Disability Now
The campaigning newspaper that puts you in the picture.

Disability Rights Commission
The Disability Rights Commission (DRC) is an independent body set up by the Government to help secure civil rights for disabled people.


For 30 years Enrych has supported adults with a disability to live the most active and independent lives possible. They offer support through Personal Assistants and Volunteer Support.


Good Care Group
The Good Care Group is a CQC registered and Care inspectorate regulated domiciliary care provider. They specialise in providing 24 hour live in care at home on permanent or respite basis across the UK.


Independent Living
The UK’s leading site for disabled and elderly people, carers and healthcare professionals.


MS Society UK
The MS Society funds research, give grants, campaigns for change and provides information and support.

MS Trust
We are a leading independent UK charity for people with multiple sclerosis, their families and friends, and for all health professionals.

MS Research Charity
A charity dedicated to research and extending knowledge about MS with the aim of providing better treatment and hastening a cure.

This site contains a wealth of information that we hope will be of support to any visitor.

MS Therapy Centres
We represent a group of self-help Therapy Centres offering assistance to thousands of people with Multiple Sclerosis throughout England and Wales.


Naidex is the event for people with disabilities, their families and those who work with them to improve their quality of life.

National Bureau for students with disabilities
Skill promotes opportunities for young people and adults with any kind of disability in post-16 education, training and employment across the UK.

Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy
Provides and promotes the skilled use of music with individuals, groups and communities who are challenged by disability, illness or injustice.


The Optimist
If you’re one of life’s optimists welcome home. If you aspire to be a positive thinker welcome to our world.


If you’re newly responsible for finding elderly care for a family member or friend, it can be difficult to know where to start.


Therapy directory
If you’re unable to get to the Centre to access our therapies, check out the therapy directory to find a qualified therapist near you.

Transport Resources
For visitors to the Centre who do not have their own transport, we have compiled a list of services that may be able to help.


Vision Call
Provide free (NHS funded) home eye tests to anyone who is living with MS in the UK.


You’re Able
Information, Products and Services for the Disabled Community.

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