Disabled people

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  • Search for local organisations, groups and agencies near you

    Information about local organisations, groups and agencies that provide activities, advice, services and support for you.


  • Apply for a dropped kerb

    Details on the requirements you need to meet in order to apply for a dropped kerb.


  • Free (concessionary) bus travel for older and disabled people

    The English National Concessionary Travel Scheme(ENCTS) is a national scheme that provides free off-peak local bus travel throughout England. Eligibility is determined either by age or a qualifying disability.


  • Dial-a-ride

    The service for residents of the rural areas who have difficulty accessing transport and need to get to shops and essential services.


  • Blue Badge (disabled parking)

    The Blue Badge scheme is a European scheme which gives parking concessions in the UK and Europe to people with severe mobility problems. It allows badge holders to park closer than other members of the public to their destinations.


  • Disabled parking bay

    Apply for an advisory disabled parking bay


  • Flexibus services

    Flexibus is a bus service open to everyone but is particularly helpful to people with mobility problems.


  • Help to live at home

    Information on equipment and services that can help you live at home.


  • Home library service

    The service is for people who are unable to visit the library and whose friends and relations are unable to do this for them.


  • Integrated Disability Service (IDS) for Parents

    IDS provides support for children and young people with physical disabilities, sensory impairments, communication difficulties (which includes pupils with autism spectrum and specific language disorders) and children with complex learning difficulties.


  • Medical transport

    A team of volunteer drivers who use their own cars to provide a door-to-door transport service to hospitals, clinics and other essential health services such as doctors’ surgeries, chiropodists, dentists and opticians.


  • Occupational therapy

    Occupational therapy helps to solve the problems that interfere with your ability to do everyday living tasks, for example, dressing . OTs can also look at ways to prevent a problem or minimize its effects, by working with you to maintain your safety at home.


  • Services for blind people

    We work in partnership with the Warwickshire Association for the Blind to ensure that a number of services are available for people who have problems with their sight.


  • Services for deaf people

    We offer a range of services to help meet the needs of deaf and hard of hearing adults and children, as well as their families and carers.


  • Supported living for people with disabilities

    When we carry out an assessment of your needs we will try to enable you to live at home as independently and safely as possible.


  • Transport for students on medical grounds

    If you meet the eligibility criteria and would like to apply for transport assistance on medical grounds, please complete an application form.

Disabled people was last updated on December 24, 2013.