Access Anyone @ Woodside - Fully Accessible Day Centre for young adults with disabilities.

Scope - Our vision is a world where disabled people have the same opportunities to fulfil their life ambitions as non-disabled people.

Child Disability Help - Providing vital support to families in the UK with a child or children up to 16 years of age with a disability.

  Access Anyone - Providing reliable transportation in the Southend area for any disability.  Tel: 01702 520990 or Mob: 07717 438834

Counselling Directory only lists counsellors and psychotherapists who are registered with a recognised professional body or those who have sent us copies of their qualifications and insurance cover.

Kidz Unlimited is an amazing new website by Whizz-Kidz, helping disabled young people to make friends, develop confidence, find opportunities and learn new skills. It’s interactive, accessible, fun, and free!

Whizz-Kidz believes this website can make a real difference to young people’s lives, so we want to shout it from the rooftops and make sure all disabled young people know it’s available to them. And the more people that use the site, the more valuable and exciting it will be for everyone! So please, sign up, and help us spread the word to everyone you know.

Finding help for disabled children and their carers.


Disability Grants website brings together a number of grants for disabled people.

Find the right
crowdfunder platform for your fundraising needs.

Children Today Charitable Trust awards grants for a wide range of equipment for disabled children and young people.

Wyseliot Charitable Trust has funding available to charitable organisations in the UK for general charitable purposes. There is no maximum level for grants and applications can be submitted at any time.

Marsh Christian Trust's grant-making programme aims to support small registered charities. The size of grants ranges from £250-£4,000. There is no deadline for receipt of applications.

Percy Bilton Charity supports disadvantaged and underprivileged young people and disabled people. It gives large grants for capital expenditure of approximately £2,000 and over and small grants towards furnishings and equipment for small projects.