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Community Directory

Our online directory contains useful contacts for support groups, advice and information for people with a disability or for their carer where you can search for services in your local area. 

Ask Sara

You could also visit the AskSARA website which provides guided advice for daily living and helps you find products that make daily living easier.

Take a look at our 'A guide to services for people with a physical disability' document or view our information sheet on service providers for people with a physical disabilty. Please also take a look at the links attached to this page to other websites that you might find useful.

Alternatively we can put you in direct contact with services provided by other organisations such as:

  • A4U (formerly known as Dial Shropshire) - who provide free confidential and impartial information, advice and advocacy on all aspects of disability
  • Independent Living Partnership (based at the Lantern Community Building in Shrewsbury) and provides a range of services for both disabled and non-disabled people. Services include information and advice, equipment, assessment and training and offers prevention as well as immediate solutions
  • PCAS – Peer Counselling and Advocacy Service
  • VISS – Visual Language Interpreting Services in Shropshire (also based at the Lantern)
  • VTTS - Vision Technology and Training Shropshire - provide individually designed computer training courses for adults of all ages (no age limit!) with sensory and physical difficulties

If you'd like to make an enquiry about the disability services available for yourself, for a friend or relative you can contact our First Point of Contact team on 0345 678 9044.


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