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Disability Scotland Help offer free listings to Scottish businesses and companies that are disable friendly. 

The directory is to help individuals with a disability in finding a friendly place to stay or accessibility to all services. Shops, hotels, B & Bs and self catering establishments listed in this section have specified that they are ‘Disability Friendly’

If you do not see a category that fits your business, please contact us and we will create a relevant category for your listing.

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Accommodation,

Stirling Highland Hotel   
Spittal Street
Stirling, FK8 1DU
Tel: +44 (1786) 272727 .....Fax: +44 (1786) 272829

E-Mail: stirlingreservations@paramount-hotels.co.uk



Computer & Internet

The BCS Disability Group (BCSDG) is a special interest group that focuses on how computer technology can help those with special needs. It has been working with the voluntary disability sector for over 20 years.

Lead Scotland, Linking Education and Disability, is a voluntary organisation set up to support disabled young people and adults and carers to access post-school education

Leonard Cheshire workability, During 2007 we are redesigning the Workability programme to enable us to better support the needs of disabled people who are seeking employment. This will allow us to provide a much wider range of services.

 

Disability Aids

Mobility Aid Services
Major suppliers in Scotland of all mobility, rehabilitation and living aids.
The aim of this company is to have a major impact on the
balance of equality for disabled people in the UK
They aim to supply there customers with the PRICE, QUALITY and AFTERSALES SERVICE
that's desired in the healthcare industry.

 

Education & Employment

The Disability Employment Advisory Committee (DEAC) is an Advisory Committee that gives independent, informed advice to Ministers and government policy makers about helping disabled people find and keep work. It is a Non Departmental Public Body (NDPB) sponsored by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).



Financial & Legal

Shelter, The person you look after may ask you, their partner or another family member or someone they trust to look after their legal, financial and welfare rights once they become too ill to do so.



Sport & Leisure

Scottish Disability Sport (formerly the Scottish Sports Association for Disabled People [SSAD]) was formed in 1962 to encourage the development of sport and physical recreation for disabled people throughout Scotland.



Travel & Transport

Taxis

Train-taxi - A uk Disability guide to taxis services.

 
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