Disability Access

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Age Concern
St Edmunds House, 39 West Street, Abingdon OX14 5BW
Telephone: 01235 849400.

Centre for Deaf and Hard of Hearing
St Ebbes, Oxford
01865 243447 (telephone) or 01865 246635 (textphone)

Dialability Independent Living
Find out about equipment to make life easier. Experienced advisors, some of whom have personal experience of an impairment, can give practical advice and information.
35 Leopold Street, Oxford OX4 1TW
Telephone: 08456 251251
Website: www.dialability.org.uk

Didcot, Abingdon and Wantage Talking Newspaper
free tape for blind and partially-sighted people once a week from a selection of local newspapers
Telephone: 01235 835386

Fourteen Club
Provides a variety of social, educational and recreational activities for people with learning difficulties.
Telephone: 01865 760526
Website: www.14club.org.uk

Guideposts Trust - Indepdendent living Centre
Advice and support for people with disabilities.
Neighbourhood Centre, Northfield Farm Lane, Witney, Oxfordshire OX29 1UD
Telephone 01993 899980.

Oxfordshire Association for the Blind
A service for people who are visually impaired, partially sighted or blind.
Bradbury Lodge, Gordon Woodward Way, Oxford OX1 4XL
Telephone: 01865 725595
Email: admin@oxeyes.org.uk
Website: www.oxeyes.org.uk

Oxford Council of Disabled People
35 Leopold Street, Oxford, OX4 1TW
Telephone: 01865 792226

Oxfordshire Dyslexia Association
Help with screening, reading, writing, spelling and maths.
Oxford Community School, Glanville Road, Oxford OX4 A2U
Main number: 01865 428263
Children’s helplines: 01235 528 405 and 07972 143 495
Adult helpline: 01865 762 773
Website: www.oxdys.org.uk

Oxfordshire Epilepsy Support Group
74 Marston Ferry Road, Oxford
Telephone: 01865 435458

Oxfordshire ME Group for Action (OMEGA)
Support group for people with ME chronic fatique syndrome, carers and professionals.
Telephone: 01865 766310

Ryder-Cheshire Volunteers
Help for people with a physical disability in the Vale of White Horse area to take part in leisure or educational activities, learning new skills or studying for academic or vocational qualifications.
Website: www.rcv.org.uk

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