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Useful organisations

This section of DLF Data contains details of numerous voluntary organisations, Government agencies, support groups and other contacts that may be useful to older and disabled people and their carers. If you find any information that is incorrect please email Data Services to let us know which 'Contact' is incorrect and what information needs changing. If you would like to be added to the database please complete these questions.

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Arts/Crafts

Produces a number of publications on arts and disability and a directory of art and disability organisations, available in large print, Braille and cassette. Disability Link Officers can give telephone advice about different art forms.

Address:

  • 21 Bloomsbury Street
  • London
  • WC1B 3HF

London's information and advice service on access to the arts and entertainment for all disabled people, maintaining a database with access details for thousands of arts and entertainment venues across London. Also holds access information for every cinema in the UK, specifically geared towards arts and entertainment venues.

Address:

  • C/0 21 Pine Court
  • Wood Lodge Gardens
  • Bromley
  • BR1 2WA

Formed in 1964 from a group of artists and therapists who had worked independently in hospitals, schools, clinics, and so on, who felt the need to 'pool their experience'.

Address:

  • 24-27 White Lion Street
  • London
  • N1 9PD

Promotes the involvement of people with learning difficulties in arts.

Address:

  • Community Base
  • 113 Queens Road
  • Brighton
  • BN1 3XG

Runs art classes for physically disabled people. Organises exhibitions of member's art work. Holds training days for potential class leaders and helpers, Occupational Therapists and carers from resource centres, nursing and residential homes. Talks given on request. A magazine is published three times a year which is available on tape.

Address:

  • Cox Lane Centre
  • Cox Lane
  • West Ewell
  • KT19 9PL

Compiles a national register of makers and runs an information service providing details on training, exhibitions and business practice.

Address:

  • 44a Pentonville Road Islington
  • London
  • N1 9BY

A free postal lending library of Touch to See books for adults and children with sight loss. Special versions of pictures with raised surfaces come to life when fingers feel them. Soundtracks direct the fingers, telling the stories of the pictures and describing their features. Colour versions are included which can be shared with sighted friends and family. The Library Catalogue is extensive and covers fun, exciting and informative topics designed for all ages. You can view the catalogue on the website or phone and ask for a copy to be sent.

Address:

  • Unit 8 Kingsclere Park
  • Kingsclere
  • Newbury
  • RG20 4SW

Residential performing arts centre for young disabled people. Offer one to three-year apprenticeships in performing arts and life skills as well as a number of short courses in all aspects of performing arts. Aims to develop young disabled people confidence and independence through their skills in performing arts.

Address:

  • North Park Lane
  • Godstone
  • RH9 8ND

Paintings in Hospitals is a registered charity that lends original works of art to hospitals, hospices and other healthcare facilities throughout the UK. Our aim is to reduce sickness, anxiety and stress for patients, healthcare staff and the general public. We support the clinical outcomes of thousands of patients each year through our art library and interactive arts in health projects.

Address:

  • 1st Floor, Menier Chocolate Factory
  • 51 Southwark Street
  • London
  • SE1 1RU

Provide captions for people with a hearing loss who wish to enjoy theatre performance. Offer scripted captioning for theatre productions in the same way that sub-titles are made available for many television programmes. Offer real-time captioning using the same equipment meetings and workshops.

Address:

  • First Floor
  • 54 Commercial Street
  • London
  • E1 6LT

National charity which acts as a source of information on all aspects of photography for people with disabilities. Provides advice on modifications to camera equipment, loan of equipment, technical support, holds competitions and publishes a quarterly magazine which is also available in an audio version.

Address:

  • PO Box 85
  • Longfield
  • DA3 9BA

Aims to enable blind and partially sighted people to experience live theatre through developing the art of audio description. Provides an audio description service, which is a live verbal commentary that describes the stage, set, characters, costumes, facial expression, body language and action during silent intervals in a piece of theatre.

Address:

  • First Floor
  • 54 Commercial Street
  • London
  • E1 6LT

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