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Here’s a list of some of the links that you might find useful. If you find any others please let us know.

Housing Options
Housing Options is a leading housing advisory service for people with learning disabilities

Advance Housing 
One of the country’s leading providers of accommodation services for people with learning disabilities or mental health problems

Directgov – public services all in one place 
This site includes a section for people with a disability explaining the services and benefits available.

The Foundation for People With Learning Disabilities 
Part of the UK charity the Mental Health Foundation.

Homebuy 
This site features a useful map detailing all of the HomeBuy Agents across England.

Homes & Communities Agency 
The national housing and regeneration delivery agency for England.

InControl 
InControl exists to create a new welfare system in which everyone is in control of their lives as full citizens. This includes self directed support for people with a disability.

Mencap
The voice of learning disability. Their resources section is particularly comprehensive.

The National Housing Federation 
The organisation that represents over 1,200 not for profit Housing Associations across England.

Ouch 
The BBC’s disability website.

Able
A disability lifestyle magazine.

Learning Disability Today
Highlights examples of best practice and what works in the learning disability field.

Progress
Progress is the essential transition guide for 13-25 year olds with special needs.

 

Latest News

Care and Support Charges - Have Your Say!

10/05/2018

Sadly charging people with disabilities for some of their care and support is all too common these days.

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LGA backs HOLD...and that's a Fact(book)!

08/05/2018

We are delighted to announce that the Local Government Association (LGA) has just launched a major Factbook about HOLD (Home Ownership for people with Long-term Disabilities).

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Universal Credit - has your income been cut?

23/03/2018

Law firm Leigh Day is taking a judicial review in the High Court over a client who has lost almost £200 per month as a result of being moved over to Universal Credit and they want to hear from other people similarly affected.

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