Organisation Details
Liverpool Association of Disabled People

LAD is an organisation controlled and run by disabled people for disabled people. It provides a free confidential, impartial and independent Welfare Rights Advice Service at the general help level; this includes the completion of all types of forms with Tribunal representation through to Commissioners.

The service is delivered via telephone, e-mail, drop-in and face-to-face appointments at a range of outreach venues. The organisation also offers home visits by arrangement for people who are unable to leave their home and, where appropriate, for their families and carers.

Tel: 0151 263 8366

E-mail: info@ladp.org.uk

Lime Court Centre, Upper Baker Street, Liverpool, L6 1NB.

Daisy UK

Daisy UK offers a three-fold approach to equality and inclusion, using education, disability and visual awareness courses, and pan-disability sports clubs to enable disabled people to fulfill their true potential and grasp opportunities.

http://daisyuk.com

Tel: 0151 261 0309

E-mail via the website Contact page.

Daisy Nucleus Academy, 2 Barnes Street, Everton, Liverpool, L65LB.

BSL Healthy Minds

BSL Healthy Minds is a specialist primary care service delivering psychological therapy for deaf people who use British Sign Language (BSL). It offers low-intensity interventions (PWP) and step 3, CBT and Counselling in BSL for those deaf people experiencing depression and anxiety including those with sleep problems, problems understanding their medication, bereavement and relationship issues.

www.bslhealthyminds.org.uk

Tel: 01494 687600

E-mail: info@signhealth.org.uk

5 Baring Road, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, HP9 2NB.

Disability Rights UK

Disability Rights UK is the leading charity of its kind in the UK. It is run by, and for, people with lived experience of disability or health conditions.

The organisation aims to help disabled people achieve independent living, help with career opportunities (including education and the development of skills) and influence public attitudes and behaviours: seeking a sea change in perceptions of disability and tackling hostility, bullying and hate crime.

www.disabilityrightsuk.org

Tel: 0207 250 8181

E-mail: enquiries@disabilityrightsuk.org

Disability Rights UK, Ground Floor, CAN Mezzanine, 49-51 East Road, London, N1 6AH.

Deaf4Deaf

Deaf4Deaf offers secure, online video therapy rooms that cater for deaf, deafened and hard of hearing people in all locations of the UK.

The organisation provides psychological therapy, psychotherapy and both long-term and short-term counselling, and you can choose who you work with, thus avoiding the possibility that your counsellor is known to friends or family.

Problems dealt with include anger, stress, confidence and assertion, sexuality, OCD, anxiety, depression, alcoholism, addiction, and life-decisions.

www.deaf4deaf.com

E-mail via the contact page on the website or leave a video message at Skype name "deaf4deaf.com".