Welcome to the Ceredigion Branch’s Disabled page.
Your Disability Officer contact is: Vacancy exists
For details of how to attend the Disabled members development weekend in Cardiff on 13’th – 15’th May 2011 please click here.
Links to useful sites:
DisabledGo’s mission is to empower hearing impaired, mobility impaired and vision impaired people, all carers, and those who are temporarily incapacitated, elderly and infirm as well as parents with pushchairs by providing detailed access information for public venues from art-galleries to swimming pools, from theatres to zoos.
Disability Rights Commission: www.drc-gb.org
Educating public opinion, promoting good practice and enforcement of disability law. The Commission aims to work in partnership with employers and service providers, adopting a non-confrontational approach.
Government Disability Unit: www.disability.gov.uk
Managed by the Disability Unit in the Department for Work and Pensions. Find out about your rights as a disabled person and learn more about the legislation that exists to help establish fully comprehensive and enforceable civil rights for disabled people.
Ouch is a website from the BBC. Its aim is to reflect the lives of disabled people right here and now in the third millennium.
Trade Union Disability Alliance: www.tuda.org.uk
An organisation of disabled trade union members. They are a campaigning group with individual members from more than two dozen different trade unions. TUDA aims to lobby Parliament for equal rights for disabled people, co-ordinate the perspective of disabled people in the trade union movement and bridge the gap between the trade union and disability movements.
Your Level Best: www.yourlevelbest.com
Helps visitors with mobility difficulties to find somewhere to go out to eat or drink. Provides information about places to eat and/or drink in the UK that have full disabled access. This means places with a doorway a wheelchair can get through plus the provision of a disabled toilet.
Youreable is the one-stop Internet site for disabled people, their carers, family and friends. The UK’s biggest disability website includes jobs, discussions, features, chatrooms and advice.