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 Back-up Trust

A national, registered charity that run outdoor activity courses for people who have become paralyzed through spinal cord injury.

The Business Village, Broomhill Road, Wandsworth, London SW18 4JQ

020 8875 1805   Admin@backuptrust.org.uk        www.backuptrust.org.uk

 Bendrigg      http://www.bendrigg.org.uk/     Noonans

 Getting Started | The Balanced Mind Parent Network

CABF improves the lives of families raising children and teens living with bipolar disorder and related conditions.

 Official bodies & organisations

British Council of Disabled People
Pressure group for disabled people's rights

 beat :: Home

Information and help on all aspects of eating disorders, including Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, binge eating disorder and related eating disorders. We believe eating disorders will be beaten.

 Behcets Syndrome Society - caring for those with a rare and complex disease

The Behçet’s Syndrome Society has been established as a charity for over 25 years (Registered Charity No. 326679) and represents Behçet’s disease patients...


Battens Disease is a rare neuro-degenerative condition that affects babies, young children and juveniles. It is always fatal.
We want to change that. We want to try to save those affected and to find a cure for future generations. To do that, we need your help. Find out more...
When Tony and Mary Heffernan's daughter Saoirse was diagnosed with Battens Disease, there was simply no-one in Ireland who could provide the information and support they needed.
When they made contact with the Battens Disease Research & Support Association (USA) and the Battens Disease Family Association (UK), information started to flow, including contact with other affected families in the UK and Ireland.
In March 2010, the Heffernan family received more bad news when they found out that their other child, Liam, was also diagnosed with Battens Disease.
Tony and Mary decided to set up the Saoirse Foundation to provide parents, families and all those affected by Battens Disease on the island of Ireland with a support, networking, and a credible source of information. The Charity also became a member of a new global initiative between Patient Support & Research organization's worldwide.


Me, Myself, and I

YCNet is a place for young carers. 

If you’re 18 or under and help to look after someone in your family with an illness, disability, addiction or mental health condition, come over and join us!

YCNet is part of Bebo Be Well which gives you access to independent, expert advice from support organisation 


 The Bendrigg Trust runs high quality courses for disabled and disadvantaged people.

We aim to promote integration, encourage independence and build self-confidence through the use of residential experience and the safe provision of adventurous activities delivered by dedicated, qualified staff.



The British Cardiac Patients Association is the independent voice of the patient and carer. We also provide support for patients, carers and their families who are in any way touched by Coronary Heart Disease

 A resource for disabled people & their carers to share information, ask or give 

advice & influence design & technology to


advice & influence design & technology to improve lives

 A resource for disabled people & their carers to share information, ask or give 

advice & influence design & technology to improve lives


After each child's visit we ask families to complete a feedback form to assess what progress they feel their child is making. To see the results of the feedback, please click here.

 Disabled Persons' Organizations and Resource Groups

ILO Global Business and Disability Network

Bipolar   page.



Guide Dogs UK Charity for the Blind and Partially Sighted

Formally called The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association, Guide Dogs provides mobility for people who are blind and partially sighted. It supports research as ...

 Blind & Partially sighted.

RNIB - supporting blind and partially sighted people - RNIB

RNIB offers support and advice to blind and partially sighted people in the UK, helping people who have lost their sight to find their lives again.



Oldham Society for Blind & Partially Sighted People has been serving the visually impaired people of Oldham since 1878 in various forms. We exist to provide support and advice to those who are registered blind or partially sighted & their family & friends who live in the borough of Oldham.

We are a not for profit organisation registered with the Charity Commission of England.


 Brittle Bone Society


Support for those affected by Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI).


 British Psychoanalytic Council

The British Psychoanalytic Council is a professional association and voluntary regulator of the psychoanalytic psychotherapy profession, publishing a Register of practitioners who are required to follow our ethical code and meet our fitness to practise standards.We promote excellence in psychoanalyt…

Brain see also Neurological

 Brain injury hub

This information resource was conceived as a way of sharing the expertise at the Trust with a wider audience.

It was made possible only through voluntary donations, and the feedback and support of parents of children with acquired brain injury.    http://www.braininjuryhub.co.uk/

 British Institute for Brain Injured Children (BIBIC)


Support for families caring for disabled children.

  Brain Diseases: List of Neurological Disorders

Here is a detailed brain diseases list. Neurological diseases affect a sizable portion of people in the US. Those suffering from brain & neurological diseases can have symptoms ranging from seizures and physical affects to erratic behavior and mood swings. What diseases affect the brain? Treatm...


 Barth Syndrome Information Page: National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS)


 The Barth Syndrome Foundation, together with our affiliates, is a community of families, physicians, scientists, donors and volunteers around the world. As our mission 


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The Fed online. org uk

Brighton and Hove Charity led by disabled people offering Advice and support to live Independently.



 British Deaf Association

Website: www.bda.org.uk

Email: england@bda.org.uk

Address: British Deaf Association, Bushell Street Mill, Bushell Street, Preston, Lancashire PR1 2SP

The BDA aims to develop pride, identity and awareness of the rights and responsibilities of deaf people. The BDA wants to see a society where Sign Language users have the same rights, responsibilities, opportunities and quality of life as everyone else. They also work to gain the right for all Deaf children to receive bilingual education, using BSL and English, and the right to quality and choice in education.

 British Dyslexia Association


BDA provides support to dyslexic people.

 British Thoracic SocietyGood for research and guidelines.


 British Institute of Learning Disabilities (BILD)


Support for people with learning disabilities and family carers.

 British Epilepsy Association


Support for those whose lives are affected by epilepsy.

 British Heart Foundation


Researches heart disease and provides support for those affected by it.

 British Liver Trust


Support, information and research for those affected by liver disease.

Breaking Through with You


Specialist counselling service for disabled people, particularly those with speech and communication difficulties. 

 Looking after someone with lung disease

If someone close to you has a lung condition and needs your support, it is only natural to want to help them.

British Lung Foundation.

Breathing see also  Cystic Fibrosis

  Breathing Room: The Art of Living with Cystic Fibrosis

Breathing Room facilitates candid and open communication between adults with Cystic Fibrosis, supports the development of a community of adults with CF and provides education and insight for families, caregivers, and medical professionals who impact our lives.

 If you have Continuing Healthcare from NHS, as of today you have a Right to have a Personal Budget to give you more Choice and Control over your care and support - contact Breakthrough UK a Disabled Peoples User Led Organization to find out what this means for you www.breakthrough-uk.co.uk



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