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Dear Albert - drug and alcohol misuse support and free national helpline

Dear Albert works to reduce the harm of drug and alcohol misuse. Experienced in community, criminal justice and supported housing environments, we help all effected by substance abuse, especially those disadvantaged through social isolation, economic deprivation, learning disabilities and offending histories. We deliver a combination…
Recovery Hub68 Humberstone GateLeicesterLE1 3PL

Dentessentials

Dentessentials offers a full range of routine and cosmetic dentistry.
75 Curtain RoadLondonEC2A 3BS

Descriptive tours at the Imperial War Museum

10am-6pm every day. Closed 24, 25, and 26 December
The Imperial War Museum offers live audio-described tours of some of its galleries for visually impaired and blind people. The tours last approximately 40 minutes and are available seven days a week during museum opening hours. Tours for maximum of two people. Carers welcome. To…
Lambeth RdLondonSE1 6HZ

Developmental Co-Ordination Disorder Service

The Developmental Co-Ordination Disorder Service supports children aged 5-13 with Developmental Coordination Disorder (Dyspraxia). Symptoms of this condition include: Developmental delays such as difficulty with dressing, writing and balancing Displaying weak muscle control Delay at reaching milestones such as sitting, walking and speaking Our occupational…
Children's Occupational TherapyBancroft RoadLondonE1 4DG

Diagnostic Memory Clinic (dementia)

The Diagnostic Memory Clinic provides initial assessment and diagnosis of dementia and cognitive impairment in people of all ages, although most service users are aged over 65. Its multi-disciplinary team specialises in geriatric medicine, neuropsychology and psychiatry.
30 Felstead StreetLondonE9 5LG

Diagnostic Memory Clinic - City and Hackney

The Diagnostic Memory Clinic's (DMC) goal is initial assessment and diagnosis of dementia and cognitive impairment in people of all ages, although most service users are aged over 65. Referrals must come from GPs and medical specialists.
Diagnostic Memory ClinicUnit 1, 30 Felstead StreetHomertonHomertonLondon

Dial-a-Ride

Dial-a-Ride is a free door-to-door transport service for people whose permanent or long-term disabilities prevent them from using public transport. It can be used for trips such as shopping, visiting friends and family and travel to leisure activities.
PO Box 68799LondonSE1P 4RD

Dimensions

Dimensions provides community-based, person-centred support packages for people with learning disabilities, complex needs and autism. Our goal is to help them be actively engaged with, and contribute to, their communities. We also work to support people at risk of entering institutions. Our services include: CQC-registered…
3rd Floor Euro House1394-1400 High RoadLondonN20 9BH

Disability BackUp

Disability BackUp is an independant user-led forum for disabled people living in Hackney. We give disabled people over 18 the opportunity to be consulted on issues affecting them, have their say and influence change in the borough. Our goal is to empower individuals to participate…
22 Dalston LaneLondonE8 3AZ

Disability Rights UK

Disability Rights, a disabled person-led organisation, works to promote equality and enhance opportunity for diabled persons. We provide advocacy, advice and information and also campaign for the rights of disabled people and to influence local and national policy and practice. We also run several helplines providing…
Ground Floor, CAN Mezzanine49-51 East RoadLondonN1 6AH
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