We are compiling a directory of organisations who provide help and support the neurodiverse community.
We undertake appropriate due dilligence on all organisations before they are added to our directory.
- Select Category from the dropdown list to filter the directory or use the search function.
- Clicking the organisation logo will take you to the organisation’s website.
- Clicking the organisation’s name opens the full directory page on our website (where you can view bio, notes and map).
- Shortcuts to the above information are also available from the directory listing page. Click Show Bio for more information about the organisation (usually taken from the organisation’s website). Click Show Notes (where visible) for additional relative information provided by S4Nd. Click Show Map (where visible) to view the address of the organistion on a map (clicking the pin on the map enables you to get directions).
Disability Partnership Calderdale
From the Disability Partneship Calderdale website (About Us page) :
Our aim is to enable disabled people in Calderdale to live as independently as possible by:
a) Working in partnership with commissioners and service providers to raise awareness of issues of concern to disabled people, so that commissioners and service providers can make improvements to maximise access to mainstream and specialist services for people with physical and sensory impairments;
b) Raising the profile of disabled people in Calderdale;
c ) Developing the CIO as an independent user led organisation (ULO) of adults who are interested in working together to support change for disabled people who within the last five years, live or have lived and/or work or have worked within Calderdale.
d) Delivering services and organising and facilitating events involving disabled people, to make the long term future of the CIO more secure;
e) Holding regular meetings which look at issues in detail, where the membership works together in partnership with numerous commissioners and service providers to identify barriers faced by disabled people and improve service design and delivery so that disabled people have better access, experiences, improved wellbeing and quality of life;
f) Ensuring that disabled people are fully informed about policy changes that may affect their lives;
g) Empowering disabled people to take control of their lives and have greater confidence, choice, control and a louder voice over the way their needs are met so they can influence service improvement;
h) Ensuring that disabled people have greater access to housing, health, education, employment, leisure, and transport opportunities and can participate in family and community life.
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